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SAIR^LINES
LIMITED
From   PORT HARDY (AP)
To     VANCOUVER
B™  °#EC 19 1841
This ticket is sold subject to ail terms and con
ditions of the Company's tariffs issued and filed
pursuant to law.
PASSENGERS COUPON   NON TRANSFERABLE
 ^XOHANQED
 N<?    14367
Form $01 BCC.
THIS ORDER IS NOT GOOD FOR PASSAGE AND MUST BE EXCHANGED AT THE TICKET OFFICE
AT LEAST 30  MINUTES PRIOR TO  DEPARTURE OF STEAMER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY
British Columbia Coast Steamships
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Agent at Vancouver, Victoria,
Seattle, Nanaimo or	
On surrender of this order within ninety days from date
II to Mr..
J*  Matthews
One
K £irst (1st) Class F.?.V}f F.1?. via Direct Route
(One way or return)
.) Tickets
( ) BETWEEN SEATTLE, WASH., AND VICTORIA, B.C.
( ) BETWEEN SEATTLE, WASH., AND VANCOUVER, B.C.
(. . XXX) BETWEEN VANCOUVER, B.C., AND VICTORIA, B.C.
( ) BETWEEN VANCOUVER, B.C., AND NANAIMO, B.C.
( ) BETWEEN AND	
One half regular one way fare ( )
Per             One half regular round trip fare                   (.. XXX .)
Capita       One way fare for the round trip ( )
'"(Stamp)'"
Note — One half above fare basis when half ticket shown.
account. French Polisher,. Hotel. JftlUftw:
Not good unless countersigned. See other side
Between ports
marked (X)
Fare to be used
marked (X)
 The Ticket Agent who exchanges this order must satisfy himself
that the ticket is to be used hy the person named.
This Order must be sent to the Auditor of Passenger receipts with
ticket report.
Write below the form and numbers of tickets issued.
Form ..  Ticket No.	
 cx^
Issued October 1, 1932
Passenger Fares
between Principal Ports
Between
One
way
R.T.
Vancouver & Victoria         $2.50
$4.50
"
Seattle       © 4.25
7.75
"
Seattle       © 5.00
9.00
"
Nanaimo         1.50
2.70
**
Powell River 3.00
5.40
u
Union  Bay    3.80
6.90
44
Comox            4.25
7.65
44
Galiano  Is.    1.50
2.70
44
Port Wash.    1.50
2.70
44
Mayne Is.      1.50
2.70
44
Ganges Har. 1.50
2.70
44
Campbell Rr. 4.00
	
Seattle
)     Ketchikan     30.00
	
Victoria
l®Wrangell       34.50
	
or
Vanc'r
Juneau           41.00
'     Skagway      45.00
	
Seattle
Ocean Falls 24.50
	
44
Pr.   Rupert  28.50
	
„   .   i
Alert  Bay    11.50
	
Vanc'r     1
or         i
Victoria
y     Port Hardy 13.50
	
Ocean Falls 20.00
	
!
Pr.   Rupert  24.00
	
Ocean Falls & Pr. Rupert 12.75
	
Seattle  &
Victoria               2.50
4.50
Victoria &
Clayoquot         10.20
Tofino               10.20
~
..
Nootka              14.60
	
44
Esperanza In. 14.85
	
44
Kyuquot Sd.    16.25
	
44
Port Alice        19.50
	
Pt. Alberni & Ucluelet         2.75
	
44
Tofino                 3.30
	
44
Clayoquot           3.30
	
44
Nootka              11.30
	
44
Esperanza In. 12.10
	
44
Kyuquot Sd.    13.50
44
Port Alice        17.05
	
R.T,—30 days round trip.
©Not good for stopover at Victoria.
©Good for stopover at Victoria.
©Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fare between other ports on application.
Meals and berth are included where
one way fare is $8.00 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown
use double one way fare.
CIRCUIT TOUR FARES
From Vancouver to Victoria and
Nanaimo to Vancouver and vice
versa    3.60
From   Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and
Victoria   to   Seattle  and  vice
versa    3.60
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 temping Places
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6 ....
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  Troi/F Fithing
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When  accompanied  by  at  least  one  passenger,  holding  valid  passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT (Axle to Axle)
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN                                                               Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to             to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous passage)     $4.50 $5.50 $6.50
Victoria and Seattle       4.00 5.00 6.00
Vancouver and Victoria       4.00 5.00 6.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo      3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Powell River      4.50 5.50 6.50
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox ....     5.00 6.00 7.00
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River     3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports      4.00 5.00 6.00
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)       3.00 4.00 5.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN                                                                Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to              to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous passage)     $8.10 $9.90 $11.70
Victoria and Seattle        7.00 9.00 10.80
Vancouver and Victoria       7.00 9.00 10.80
Vancouver and Nanaimo      6.00 8.10 9.90
Vancouver and Powell River      8.00 9.90 11.70
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox ....     9.00 10.80 12.60
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River     6.00 8.10 9.90
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports      7.00 9.00 10.80
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)       5.00 7.20 9.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction)
Up
BETWEEN and BETWEEN to 115"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to Seattle     $7.00
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver 6.50
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle.... 6.50
Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Comox   or   Union
Bay to Vancouver        7.50
Vancouver to  Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to Victoria -       7.00
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be
$1.00, with side car $2.00.
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
116"
to 125"
Over
125"
$9.00
8.55
8.55
$10.80
10.35
10.35
9.45
11.25
9.00
10.80
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Pr. Kathleen
Pr. Marguerite
Pr. Elizabeth
Pr. Joan
Pr. Louise
Ft.
In.
Ft.
In.
7
5
Pr. Charlotte   6
10
7
5
Pr. Victoria     7
0V?.
7
2
Pr. Adelaide     6
8
7
2
Pr. Alice           6
8
7
11
Pr. Norah        7
5
Pr. Elaine
Pr. Maquinna
Pr. Mary
Pr. Patricia
Motor Princess
Ft. In.
9    10
CANADIAN  AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS   REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
9
to tidal and weather coonditions and to change without notice.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
No. of
Dining-
Gross
Passenger
No. of
State
room
>nnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
5875
1500
290
136
166
5875
1500
290
136
166
5500
1500
408
210
116
5500
1500
408
210
116
4200
1200
262
132
129
3924
1200
230
118
118
3060
1200
206
103
84
3099
1200
206
103
105
2500
700
165
61
102
2155
700
160
82
64
2000
1200
10
6
100
1943
1000
152
76
80
1157
900
__
—
70
1776
400
100
50
65
1242
200
—
—
42
2069
—
—
—
—
419
15
2
2
6
305
—
2
1
4
200
—
—
—
4
Name of Steamship
© ©Princess Kathleen
© ©Princess Marguerite
© ©Princess Elizabeth
© ©Princess Joan
® ©Princess Louise
© ©Princess Charlotte
© ©Princess Adelaide
© ©Princess Alice
© ©Princess Norah
© ©Princess Mary
© ©Princess Elaine
© ©PrinceBS Victoria
© ©Princess-Patricia
© ©Princess Maquinna
©Motor Princess
© ©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared turbine screw. All other ships
are single screw.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
W. Mcllroy
F. ly. Nason
W. H. Deacon
B. E.   Chace
E. L. Sheehan
J. T. Hodge
A. M. Anderson
L.  D. Chetham
J. Macfarlane
II. S. Howard
M. C. Ironside
Geo.  Brown
H.  W.  Schofield
F. H. Daly
C. Millard
W.  S.  Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
Los Angeles, Cal.
San  Francisco,  Cal.
Portland,  Ore.
Tacoma, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Nanaimo, B. C.
Nanaimo, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
New Westminster, B. C.    C. E. Robitaille
Powell River, B.  C
General Agent
621  So. Grand Ave.
General Agent
675 Market Street
General Agent
148A Broadway
City Passenger Agent
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
City Ticket Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
Lenora Street Terminal
District   Passenger  Agent
1102 Government Street
City Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Agent, C.P.R. Wharf
City Ticket Agent
Front and Bastion Streets
Agent,   C.P.R.  Wharf
District   Passenger  Agent
B. C. Coast Service
District   Passenger  Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Ticket Agent
tfotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Wrangell,  Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Powell River Co.
Ltd.
W. L. Coates
Edgar Anderson
Campbell  Bros.
V. W. Itfulvihill
L. H. Johnston
C. D. NEROUTSOS
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
Agent C.P.R. Station
Agents
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
E.  F.  L.  STURDEE
General  Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
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CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. C. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER ■ VICTORIA
VANCOUVER ■ NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
371
Printed in Canada.
 VANCOUVER
VICTORIA <^
GULP ISLANDS SERVICE
TRIANGLE
ROUTE
(Effective October 1, 1932)
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
READ DOWN
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
"Princess Alice"
"Princess Charlotte''
10:30 a.m.®
3:30 p.m.*
4:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m.*
11:40 p.m.©*
| Direct 1
I Steamship j
8:15 a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
©
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
* Denotes change.
9:00 a.m.®
1:15 p.m.        J
2:00 p.m.        {
6:45 p.m.*
11:30 p.m.®
Direct     )
Steamship j
8:00 a.m.
©
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
MEAL SERVICE
© Club   breakfast   35c   to   $1.00,
Tea 35c.
table   d'hote   luncheon   $1.00,   Afternoon
© Club breakfast 35c to $1.00.
© Club breakfast 35c to $1.00.
® Table d'hote luncheon $1.00, afternoon tea 35c, table d'hote dinner $1.50.
Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
© Table d'hote night lunch 25c and 50c, club breakfast 35c to $1.00.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE"
"PRINCESS JOAN" and "PRINCESS ELIZABETH"
(Effective October 1, 1932)
Sunday Daily Daily
Only Ex. Sunday Ex. Sunday
10:00 a.m.*     11:00 a.m.       5:45 p.m.
12:30 p.m.*       1:15 p.m.       8:00 p.m.
Daily Daily Sunday
Ex. Sunday Ex. Sunday Only
8:00 a.m. 2:15 p.m.       5:45 p.m.*
10:15 a.m. 4:30 p.m.       8:15 p.m.*
READ  DOWN
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Nanaimo
READ DOWN
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar. Vancouver
* Denotes change.
MEAL SERVICE
Club breakfast 35c to $1.00, table d'Hote luncheon $1.00, afternoon tea 35c,
table d'Hote dinner $1.00.
Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO  RAILWAY  CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11 a.m. (10 a.m. Sunday) connects at Nanaimo daily except Sunday with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni,
Courtenay and way points; for Victoria and points south, daily.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:15 p.m. (5:45 p.m. Sunday) connects with
trains from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron Lake daily except Sunday;
from Victoria and points south, daily.
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
VANCOUVER  TO   GULF  ISLANDS,  9:00  a.m.,   Mondays,
VICTORIA TO GULF ISLANDS
Thursdays  and
Saturdays
10:30 a.m Tuesdays
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano  Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Hope Bay
Ar.  Saturna Island
Ar. South  Pender Island
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Victoria,  about   7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    10:30a.m.
Ar. James Island  (C.I.L.®)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Port Washington
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano  Island©
Ar. Vancouver,   about    7:15 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Vancouver,   about    6:00 p.m.
Wharf.
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Vancouver,   about    9:00 p.m.
®C.I.L.—Canadian  Industries  Ltd.
©Montague Harbour and  Gossip Island reached via  Galiano Island.
MEAL  SERVICE
Table d'hote breakfast 75c, table d'hote luncheon  75c, afternoon  tea  35c,  table
d'hote dinner 75c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible, but exact time of
arrival and departure at intermediate ports cannot be given.
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
Saturday
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Deep Bay
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.
6:30 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
1:15 p.m. Wed.
6:30 a.m. Thu.
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
:00 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
:15 p.m. Sun.
11
Club
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
$1.00;   table   d'hote   luncheon
table
$1.00;   afternoon
d'hote  night  lunch   25c
breakfast   35c   to
tea   35c,   table  d'hote  dinner  $1.00,
and 50c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves
Union Bay at 4:18 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate points leaves Union Bay at 11:20 a.m. daily except
Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Southbound
Read up
7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.    "
a.m.    "
8:00 a.m.    "
a.m.    "
Lv. 10:00 p.m.
Ar. p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
Northbound
Read down
Wed. 8:00 p.m.
Thur.   a.m.
tt
a.m.
tt
tt
tt
a.m.
p.m.
tt
tt
Fri.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
tt
a.m.
Fri.
a.m.
p.m.
Lv.
Ar.
©
Vancouver
Campbell River
Englewood
Alert Bay
Port Hardy (Hardy Bay)
© Namu
Ar. Ocean Falls
Lv. Ocean Falls
Walker Lake Cannery
Butedale
© Goat Harbour
Ar.       Prince Rupert       Lv,
Sat.
10:00 p.m. Fri.
® Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier
than 8:00 a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
©Call will be made at Goat Harbour on trips from Vancouver and October 5, 19; November 2, 16, 30; December
14, 28; and fortnightly thereafter.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River, Northbound,
by Special Arrangement, for two or more passengers destined to ports on this route.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
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WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY POINTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
Leave Victoria, B.C., 11 p.m.—1st, 11th and 21st of each month.
ALASKA
Read Down
1st
11th 21st Lv
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
12
22
2
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22
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3
13
23  "
3
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3
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3
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3
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23  "
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23  "
3
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23  "
3
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23
3
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14
24  "
4
14
24
4
14
24  "
4
14
24
4
14
24
4
14
24  "
4
14
24
4
14
24  "
4
14
24  "
4
14
24
4
14
24  "
4
14
24  "
4
14
24
4
14
24  "
4
14
24  "
4
14
24
5
15
25
5
15
25  "
5
15
25  Ar.
Ports of Call
Lv   VICTORIA  Ar.   1  p.m.
  Port Renfrew  Ar.
  ®©Carmanah   "
    ®Clo-oose     "
    Bamfield     "
   ©Sarita  Bay    "
   ©San  Mateo    "
   (DMcCallum  Bay    "
   ©Ritherdon   Bay     "
    Kildonan     "
  ©Green Cove   "
    ®Underwood Cove     "
   ®Port  Alberni    "
   ®Croll  Cove    "
    ®Ecoole     "
    ©Davis Island     "
    Sechart  "
    ©Lucky Creek     "
  Ucluelet  "
  ©Port Weeks  "
(Ucluelet Arm)
  ©Port Albion   "
(Ucluelet Arm)
    Tofino     "
   Clayoquot  "
    ©Kakawis  "
    ©Ahousat  "
©Matilda   Creek   (Watson's) "
....Matilda Creek (Gibson's).... "
  Riley's Cove   "
..©East Bay (Sydney Inlet).... "
    ©Hesquiat  "
  Nootka Cannery   "
  Ceepeecee   "
  ©McBride Bay   "
   ©Hecate    "
    ©Tahsis  "
    ©Espinosa     "
  ©Queen's Cove   "
    Cachelot     "
    ©Markale     "
  ©Yakoo Bay   "
  ©Easy Creek   "
  ©Chamiss  Bay   "
  ©Caledonia   "
 ©Kyuquot Village   "
  ©Quatsino Cannery   "
    ©Koprino     "
    ©Quatsino Village     "
   ©Jeune  Landing  .......... "
Ar PORT ALICE ...... Lv.
Read Up
8th 18th 28th
8  18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
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6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5
27
17 27
17  27
17  27
17
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16
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16
16
16
16
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16
16
16
16
15
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
25
NOTE:—Where no date is shown steamship does not call.
©Call made when business offers. ©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call will be made if
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date.
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Victoria
Ketchikan
Vancouver
Wrangell
Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS NORAH"
PORTS OF CALL
Lv. VICTORIA  See Note ©
Lv. SEATTLE  See Note ©
Lv. VANCOUVER  .9 p.m.
"    Alert Bay  a.m.
"    Prince Rupert  a.m.
"    Ketchikan  p.m.
"   Wrangell  a.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
Ar. Skagway   a.m.
C w.
C u
AJ5
'u °
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
5
17
26 y
6
18
27
6
18
27 >
7
19
28
8
20
29
8
20
29
9
21
30
9
21
30
10
22
31
10
22
31
11
23
Nov. 1
11
23
1
12
24
2
12
24
2
13
25
3
14
26
4
14
26
4
14
26
4
v. Skagway  p.m.
"    Juneau   a.m.
"   Wrangell  p.m.
"    Ketchikan a.m.
"    Prince Rupert  p.m.
"    Alert Bay  p.m.
Ar. VANCOUVER a.m.
Ar. SEATTLE See Note ®
Ar. VICTORIA  See Note ®
®Passengers may leave Victoria on 2 p.m. steamship on day of sailing
from Vancouver or on midnight steamship previous evening.
©Passengers may leave Seattle on 9 a.m. steamship day of sailing from
Vancouver or on 11:30 p.m. steamship previous evening.
©Southbound, Alaska steamships connect at Vancouver with local steamships leaving at 10:30 a.m. or 11:40 p.m. daily for Seattle, and 10:30 a.m.
and 12 Midnight daily for Victoria.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
 PASSENGER FARES-
Trip
$ 4.50
7.75
9.00
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
6.90
7.65
5.40
-BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
Round
BETWEEN One way
Vancouver and Victoria    --"$ 2.50
Vancouver and Seattle  ^    J-25
Vancouver and Seattle ©    5.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo         LJJJ
Vancouver and Galiano Island     L50
Vancouver and Mayne Island       J-50
Vancouver and Port Washington       1-50
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour        1-50
Vancouver and Union Bay        3.80
Vancouver and Comox         4.25
Vancouver and Powell River      3.00
Vancouver and Campbell River        4.00
I Alert    Bay     11.50 20.70
Vancouver Port    Hardy      13.50 24.30
or        ^ Ocean   Falls     17.25 31.05
Victoria     1 Butedale   21.50 38.70
j Prince   Rupert     24.00 43.20
Seattle and  Victoria       2.50 4.50
Seattle and   Powell  River        7.75 13.95
Seattle and  Campbell  River       7.75 13.95
Seattle and Alert  Bay   16.00 28.80
Seattle and   Port  Hardy     18.00 32,40
Seattle and  Ocean  Falls    21.75 39.15
Seattle and  Prince  Rupert    25.00 45.00
Seattle r Ketchikan   25.00® —
Victoria      J Wrangell     29.00® —
or 1 Juneau  34.00® —
Vancouver© I Skagway      37.50® —
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   12.75 22.95
Victoria and Bamfield    ,1*25
Victoria and Clayoquot   10.20
Victoria and Tofino   10-20 —
Victoria and Nootka     14.60
Victoria and Esperanza   In  14.85
Victoria and Kyuquot Sd   16.25 —
Victoria and Port  Alice    19-50 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet        2.75 —
Port Alberni and Tofino      3.30 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot      3.30 —
Port Alberni and Nootka   11.30 —
Port Alberni and Esperanza   In  12.10 —
Port Alberni and Kyuquot   Sd  13.50 —
Port Alberni and  Port   Alice     17.05 —
R. T.—30   days round  trip. Fares between other ports on application.
© Not good for stopover at Victoria. © Good for stopover at Victoria.
© Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fares between  other ports on  application.
Meals and berth are included where oneway fare is $8.00 and round trip $14.40
or more.
Where no  round  trip  fare is shown  use double oneway  fare.
® New fares effective May 16 on application.
WEEK-END TRIPS
Vancouver to  Victoria  and  Return   $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m., Returning all tickets good
to leave Victoria not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Victoria to Vancouver and Return  $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday 2:15 p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Return    $1.75
Good  going  from   Friday  p.m.   until   Sunday   a.m.   Returning   all   tickets
good to leave Nanaimo not later than following Monday p.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and Return  $1.75
Good going from  Friday p.m.  until   Saturday  p.m.    Returning all  tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to  Gulf  Island Ports  and  Return  $2.00
(Ports—Galiano, Mayne Is., Pt. Washington and Ganges Harbour only)
Good going on Saturday sailing.  Returning all tickets good to leave Gulf
Island ports not later than following Tuesday p.m.
Gulf Island Ports to Vancouver and Return  $2.00
(ports—Ganges Harbour, Pt. Washington, Mayne Is. and Galiano only)
Good going on Saturday sailing. Returning all tickets good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday a.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return  ....$5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Seattle not later than following Monday p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return  $5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Victoria to Seattle and Return $3.15
Good going  from   Friday  p.m.  until  Saturday  p.m.   Returning all  tickets
good to leave Seattle not later than following Tuesday a.m.
Seattle to Victoria and Return  $3.15
Good going from  Saturday a.m.  until  Sunday a.m.   Returning all tickets
good to leave Victoria not later than Monday p.m.
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-k Location of Canadian Pacific Hotels
Jan., 1933
8
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When   accompanied  by   at   least   one  passenger,   holding   valid   passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT (Axle to Axle)
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN                                                                 Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to                               to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous   passage)         $4.50 $5.50 $6.50
Victoria and  Seattle       3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Victoria        3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo       3.00 4.00 5.00
Vancouver and Powell River        4.00 5.00 6^00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox        4.50 5.50 6^50
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River        3.00
Vancouver or Victoria and  Gulf  Island Ports       3.50
Inter   Island   (Gulf   Island   Ports)       3.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN Up
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115"
continuous   passage)         $8.10
Victoria and  Seattle       6.30
Vancouver  and   Victoria          6.30
Vancouver and Nanaimo        5.00
Vancouver  and   Powell   River         7.00
Vancouver and Union  Bay or  Comox         8.00
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River        5.00
Vancouver or Victoria and  Gulf Island Ports       6.00
Inter  Island   (Gulf  Island  Ports)          5.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction)
Up
BETWEEN and BETWEEN to 115"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to  Seattle     $6.30
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver      5.85
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle       5.85
Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Comox   or   Union
Bay  to   Vancouver       6,50
Vancouver to  Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to Victoria       6.00
4.00
5.00
4.50
5.50
4.00
5.00
116"
Over
to 125"
125"
$9.90
$11.70
8.10
9.90
8.10
9.90
7.20
9.00
9.00
10.80
9.90
11.70
7.20
9.00
8.10
9.90
7.20
9.00
116"
to 125"
$8.10
7.65
7.65
8.55
8.10
Over
125"
$9.90
9.45
9.45
10.35
9.90
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
AUTOMOBILE COMMUTATION RATES
Ten trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-Nanaimo
Route, limit ninety days, may be purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up to  and including  115"   $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive   27.00
Wheelbase over  125"    33.75
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be
$1.00, with side car $2.00.
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Ft. In.                                Ft. In.                                          Ft. In.
Pr. Kathleen        7 5 Pr. Charlotte   6 10 Pr. Elaine 9 10
Pr. Marguerite    7 5 Pr. Victoria     7 0% Pr. Maquinna 6 3
Pr. Elizabeth       7 2 Pr. Adelaide     6 8 Pr. Mary 6 8
Pr. Joan               7 2 Pr. Alice           6 8 Pr. Patricia 6 0
Pr. Louise            7 11 Pr. Norah        7 5 Motor Princess    9 6
CANADIAN  AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS   REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
©
No. of
Dining-
Gross
Passenger
No. of
State
room
Tonnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
5875
1500
290
136
166
5875
1500
290
136
166
5500
1500
396
207
116
5500
1500
396
207
116
4200
1200
210
106
129
3924
1200
224
113
118
3060
1200
202
101
84
3099
1200
206
103
105
2500
700
165
61
102
2155
700
160
82
64
2000
1200
10
6
100
1943
1000
152
76
80
1157
900
_
—
70
1776
400
100
50
65
1242
200
—
—
42
2069
—
—
_.
—
419
15
2
2
6
305
—
2
1
4
200
—
—
—
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Name of Steamship
© ®Princess Kathleen
© ©Princess Marguerite
©©Princess Elizabeth
© ©Princess Joan
© ©Princess Louise
© ©Princess Charlotte
© ©Princess Adelaide
© ©Princess Alice
© ©Princess Norah
© ©Princess Mary
© ©Princess Elaine
© ©Princess Victoria
© ©Princess-Patricia
© ©Princess Maquinna
©Motor Princess
© ©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared turbine screw. All other ships
are single screw.   ©Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los Angeles, Cal.
San  Francisco,  Cal.
Portland,  Ore.
Tacoma, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Nanaimo, B. C.
Nanaimo, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
Vancouver, B. C.
New Westminster, B. C.
Powell River, B. C.
Ocean  Falls,  B.  C.
Prince Rupert, B. C.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Wrangell, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
W. Mcllroy
F. L. Nason
W. H. Deacon
L.  N. Jones
E. L. Sheehan
J. T. Hodge
A. M. Anderson
L.  D. Chetham
J. Macfarlane
H. S. Howard
M. C. Ironside
Geo.  Brown
H. W. Schofield
F. H. Daly
C. Millard
W. S.  Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
C. E. Robitaille
Powell River Co.
Ltd.
N. K. MacDonald
W. L. Coates
Edgar Anderson
Campbell  Bros.
V. W. Mulvihill
L. H. Johnston
General Agent
621  So. Grand Ave.
General Agent
152  Geary  Street
General Agent
626 S.W.  Broadway
Actg. City Passenger Agt.
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
City Ticket Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
Lenora Street Terminal
District   Passenger  Agent
1102 Government Street
City Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Agent, C.P.R. Wharf
City Ticket Agent
Front and Bastion Streets
Agent,  C.P.R.  Wharf
District  Passenger  Agent
B. C. Coast Service
District  Passenger  Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Agent C.P.R. Station
Agents
Agent
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
W. McMURRAY
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
E. F. L. STURDEE
General  Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
Issued April 21,  1934.
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. C. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
1938
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Printed in Canada
 VANCOUVER
VICTORIA
TRIANGLE
SEATTLE
ROUTE
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
"Princess Charlotte"
READ DOWN                    "Princess  Alice"
Lv. Vancouver            10:30 a.m.®        11:00 p.m.®
Ar. Victoria                  3:30 p.m.        f     Direct     )
Lv. Victoria                  4:30 p.m.        J Steamship J
Ar. Seattle                    9:30 p.m.             8:00 a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
®
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
9:00 a.m.®
1:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
11:30 p.m.®
i     Direct     )
( Steamship J
8:00 a.m.
®
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
MEAL SERVICE
®Breakfast, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00, Children, 35c to 50c; Table d'Hote
Luncheon, $1.00, Children, 50c; Afternoon Tea 35c
No  dinner  served  but  coffee  room  open  for  entire  voyage  serving
sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Coffee room service until midnight;  Breakfast, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1.00,
Children, 35c to 50c
©Table   d'Hote   Luncheon,   $1.00;    Children,   50c;   Table   d'Hote   Dinner,
$1.00 and $1.25;  Children 50c and 65c
Coffee   room   open   for   entire   trip,   serving   sandwiches,   etc.,   tea
and coffee.
©Dining Saloon open  10 p.m.  until midnight,  serving  50c   Night  Lunch;
or   Sandwiches   and   coffee,   25c    (30c   if   served   in   staterooms);
Breakfast,   35c,   50c,   75c   and  $1.00,   Children   35c   to   50c.     No!
coffee room service.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
Lv.
Ar.
Vancouver .
Nanaimo   ...
Daily
...10:00 a.m.
...12:30 p.m.
Sunday
5:45 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
only
8:45 p.m.
11:15 p.m.
Lv.
Ar.
Nanaimo  ...
Vancouver .
Daily ex.
Sunday
... 7:00 a.m.
... 9:30 a.m.
Daily ex.
Sunday
2:15 p.m.
4:45 p.m.
Sunday
only
5:45 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
Saturday
only
9:15 p.m.
11:45 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
Club   Breakfasts,   35c   to   $1.00,   Children,   35c   to   50c;   Table   d'Hote
Luncheon, 50c and 75c, Children, 40c; Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.00,
Children, 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c    Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
ESQUIMALT AND  NANAIMO  RAILWAY  CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday) connects at
Nanaimo with trains for Cameron Lake,  Port Alberni,  Courtenay,  Victoria
and points south.
Steamship  from   Nanaimo  2:15   p.m.   (daily  except   Sunday)   connects
with   train   from   Port   Alberni,   Courtenay,   Cameron   Lake,   Victoria   and
points south.
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
>%«&.,
****%!
>••■**
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano  Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar.  Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar.  Hope Bay  (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Victoria,  about   7:15p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna  Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar.  Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver,   about 8:00 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    10:30 a.m.
Ar. James Island  (C.I.L.®)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Port Washington   (N. Pender Is.)
Ar.  Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver,   about    7:15 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar.  Galiano  Island©
Ar.  Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington   (N. Pender Is.)
Ar.  Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Vancouver, about  7:15 p.m.
All times shown as Pacific Standard Time.
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®C.I.L.—Canadian Industries Ltd. Wharf.
®Montague Harbour and Gossip Island reached via Galiano Island.
MEAL SERVICE
Table d'Hote Breakfast, Luncheon 50c and Dinner 75., Children 40c; Afternoon
Tea 35c
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.  (Buffet Service only served on Motor Princess)
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
Lv. Vancouver        11
Ar. Powell River      6
Lv. Powell River      8
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox 2
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River    i i
Ar. Vancouver 6
Tuesday
:45 p.m. Tue.
:30 a.m. Wed.
:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
:30 p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
:15 p.m. Wed.
:30 a.m. Thu.
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
2:30 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Club   Breakfasts,   35c   to  $1.00,   Children.   35c.   to  50c;   Table  d'Hote
Luncheon 50c. and Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c.
Night  Lunch,   50c
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train   for   Royston   and   Courtenay  leaves   Union
Bay at 3:18 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND    train   for    Nanaimo,    Victoria   and   intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 10:50 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Northbound
Read down
Wed. 8:00 p.m. Lv,
Ar.
Vancouver
Thur.        a.m. Campbell River
Englewood
Alert Bay
Port Hardy (Hardy Bay) ®
Fri.
Fri.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.©
p.m. Ar.
p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
Southbound
Read up
7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.    "
a.m.    "
8:00 a.m.    "
©a.m.    "
10:00 p.m. Sat.
p.m.    "
a.m.    "
a.m.    "
Namu
Ocean Falls Lv,
Lv. Ocean Falls        Ar.
Walker Lake Cannery
Butedale
Bishop Bay
Ar.       Prince Rupert       Lv. 10:00 p.m. Fri.
©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier than 8:00
a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River Northbound, or Namu
either North or Southbound, by Special Arrangement, for two or more
passengers destined to ports on this route.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY POINTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
Leave Victoria, B. C, 11 p.m.
Read Down
1st 11th
2  12
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
14
15
15
15
21st Lv,
22
22
22
22 "
22 "
22 "
22
22 "
22
23 "
23
23
23  "
23
23
23
23  "
23
23  "
23  "
23
23
23
23
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
25
25
25
Ar.
Ports of Call
....   VICTORIA  Ar.   1   p.m.
   Port Renfrew  Ar.
  ®®Carmanah    "
    ®Clo-oose     "
    Bamfield     "
   ©Sarita  Bay    "
   ©McCallum  Bay   "
    Kildonan     "
  ®Green Cove   "
   ©Underwood Cove     "
   ®Port Alberni    "
    ®Ecoole     "
    ©Davis Island     "
    ©Sechart    "
    ©Lucky Creek     "
  Ucluelet    "
  ©Port Albion  "
(Ucluelet Arm)
    Tofino     "
   Clayoquot   "
    ©Kakawis     "
    ©Ahousat     "
©Matilda   Creek   (Watson's) "
....Matilda Creek (Gibson's).... "
  Riley's Cove   "
    ®Hesquiat     "
  Nootka Cannery   "
  Ceepeecee   "
  ©McBride Bay   "
    ©Tahsis     "
    ©Espinosa     "
  ©Queen's Cove   "
 ...- Cachelot  "
  ©Easy Creek   "
  ©Chamiss  Bay   "
  ©Caledonia   "
 ®Kyuquot Village  "
— ©Quatsino Cannery   "
    ©Koprino     "
    ©Quatsino Village     "
   ®Jeune  Landing    "
 ..PORT ALICE  Lv.
Read Up
8th 18th 28th
8      18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
8
8
8
8
8
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
6
16
26
5
15
25
NOTE:—Where no date is shown steamship does not call.
®Call made when business offers. ®Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call will be made if
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date.
s
ALASKA
Victoria
Ketchikan
Vancouver
Wrangell
Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
PORTS  OF CALL
Princess
Norah
Princess
Norah
Princess
Norah
Princess
Norah
Princess
Norah
Lv. Seattle   )      See
Lv. Victoria] Note©
Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
May
3
May
12
May
22
May
31
June
9
"   Alert Bay  a.m.
4
13
23
June 1
10
"    Pr. Rupert ....a.m.
"    Ketchikan  p.m.
5
14
24
2
11
"   Wrangell  a.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
6
15
25
3
12
Ar. Skagway   a.m.
7
16
26
4
13
Lv. Skagway   ....©p.m.
7
16
25
4
14
"   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell p.m.
8
17
27
5
15
"    Ketchikan  a.m.
"    Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
9
18
28
6
16
"    Alert Bay  p.m.
10
19
29
7
17
Ar. Vancouver   ....a.m.
Ar. Victoria)       See
Ar. Seattle   )    Note®
11
20
30
8
18
PORTS  OF CALL
Princess
Louise
Princess
Charlotte
Princess
Louise
Princess
Charlotte
Princess
Louise
Lv. Seattle  \      See
Lv. Victoria)   Note®
Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
June
16
June
23
June
30
July
7
July
14
"    Alert Bay  a.m.
17
24
Julyl
8
15
"    Pr. Rupert ....a.m.
"    Ketchikan  p.m.
18
25
2
9
16
"   Wrangell  a.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
19
26
3
10
17
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
20
27
4
11
18
Lv. Skagway   ....©p.m.
21
28
5
12
19
"   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell p.m.
22
29
6
13
20
"    Ketchikan  a.m.
"    Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
23
30
7
14
21
"    Alert Bay  p.m.
24
Julyl
8
15
22
Ar. Vancouver   ....a.m.
Ar. Victoria)       See
Ar. Seattle   ]   Note®
25
2
9
16
23
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave on local
Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing of Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
©Alaska time, one hour slower than Pacific Standard time.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about 8:15 a.m.,
connecting with local steamships for Victoria and  Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
During the summer season, daily train service is operated between
Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson steamers leave Whitehorse Wednesday
and Saturday p.m. Atlin steamers leave Carcross Sunday, Thursday and
Saturday p.m.
Bi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of the year.
6
 BETWEEN                                                                           One way R.T.
Vancouver and Victoria    $ 2.50 $ 4.50
Vancouver and Seattle      — ©5.50
Vancouver and Seattle      © 4.25 7.75
Vancouver and Seattle     ® 5.00 9.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo      1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Galiano   Island  1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Mayne Island   1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Port   Washington     1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Ganges   Harbour     1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Union   Bay     3.80 6.90
Vancouver and Comox     4.25 7.65
Vancouver and Powell   River     3.00 5.40
Vancouver and Campbell   River  4.00 —•
I Alert   Bay    ,. 11.50 20.70
Vancouver   I Port  Hardy   13.50 24.30
or < Ocean   Falls     17.25 31.05
Victoria Butedale      21.50 38.70
I Prince Rupert   24.00 43.20
Seattle and Victoria  2.50 4.50
Seattle and Powell  River    7.75 13.95
Seattle and Campbell River   7.75 13.95
Seattle and Alert   Bay     16.00 28.80
Seattle and Port  Hardy    18.00 32.40
Seattle and Ocean  Falls    21.75 39.15
Seattle and Prince Rupert    25.00 45.00
Seattle r Ketchikan  26.50 	
Victoria      J Wrangell  31.00 	
or j Juneau  36.50 	
Vancouver® V. Skagway      40.00 	
Ocean  Falls and Prince  Rupert   12.75 22.95
Victoria and Bamfield  4.95 	
Victoria and Clayoquot ".';. 10.20 	
Victoria and Tofino       10.20 	
Victoria and Nootka   14.60 	
Victoria and Esperanza  In.    14.85 	
Victoria and Kyuquot  Sd.  16.25 	
Victoria and Port  Alice    19!50 	
Port Alberni and Ucluelet  2!75 	
Port Alberni and Tofino      3.30 	
Port Alberni and Clayoquot      3.30 	
Port Alberni and Nootka     .".*."."*.".".".""."."".".".".".".'."." 11.30 	
Port Alberni and Esperanza   In.          12.10 	
Port Alberni and Kyuquot  Sd   13.50 	
Port Alberni and Port Alice   17.05 	
K- T.—30 days round trip. Fares between other ports on application.
© Not good for stopover at Victoria. © Good for stopover at Victoria.
® Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fares between other ports on application.
Meals  and  berth  are included  where oneway fare  is  $8.00  and  round  trip
$14.40 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double oneway fare.
© Ten day limit—good on night steamship only.
WEEK-END TRIPS
Vancouver to Victoria and Return $3.15
Good   going   from   Friday   p.m.   until   Sunday   a.m.,   Returning   ali   tickets
good to leave Victoria not later than  12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Victoria to Vancouver and Return  $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday 2:15 p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Vancouver to  Nanaimo and  Return  $1.75
Good   going   from   Friday   p.m.   until   Sunday   a.m.   Returning   ali   tickets
good to leave Nanaimo not later than following Monday p.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and  Return   $1.75
Good   going  from   Friday   p.m.   until   Sunday   a.m.    Returning   all   tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to  Gulf Island Ports and Return $2.00
(Ports—Galiano, Mayne Is., Pt. Washington and Ganges Harbour only)
Good going on  Saturday sailing.  Returning all tickets good to leave Gulf
Island ports not later than following Tuesday p.m.
Gulf Island Ports to Vancouver and  Return  $2.00
(Ports—Ganges Harbour, Pt. Washington, Mayne Is. and Galiano only)
Good going on Saturday sailing.  Returning all tickets good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday a.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return  $5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Seattle not later than following Monday p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return   $5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Victoria to Seattle and Return  $3.15
Good  going  from   Friday  p.m.   until   Saturday  p.m.   Returning  ail  tickets
good to leave Seattle not later than following Tuesday a.m.
Seattle to Victoria and Return   $3.15
Good  going  from  Saturday a.m.   until  Sunday  a.m.   Returning  ail  tickets
good to leave Victoria not later than Monday p.m.
7
* Location of Canadian Pacific Hotels
Jan., 1933
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When   accompanied   by   at   least   one  passenger,   holding   valid   passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE  MEASUREMENT   (Axle to Axle)
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle  (limited to to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous  passage)     $4.50 $5.50 $6.50
Victoria and  Seattle   3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver  and  Victoria  3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo  3.00 4.00 5.00
Vancouver and Powell River  4.00 5.00 6.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  4.50 5.50 6.50
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River   3.00 4.00 5.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports  3.50 4.50 5.50
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)     3.00 4.00 5.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN Up
Vancouver and Seattle  (limited to to 115"
continuous  passage)  $8.10
Victoria and  Seattle    6.30
Vancouver and Victoria   6.30
Vancouver and Nanaimo  ..-..  5.00
Vancouver and Powell River    7.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox   8.00
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River   5.00
Vancouver or Victoria  and   Gulf   Island  Ports  6.00
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)     5.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction)
Up
BETWEEN and BETWEEN to 115"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to  Seattle     $6.30
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver      5.85
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle       5.85
Vancouver to  Nanaimo  and  Comox  or  Union
Bay to Vancouver        6.50
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to Victoria        6.30
116"
Over
o 125"
125"
$9.90
$11.70
8.10
9.90
8.10
9.90
7.20
9.00
9.00
10.80
9.90
11.70
7.20
9.00
8.10
9.90
7.20
9.00
116"
to 125"
$8.10
7.65
7.65
8.55
Over
125"
$9.90
9.45
9.45
10.35
8.10
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Pr. Kathleen
Pr. Marguerite
Pr. Elizabeth
Pr. Joan
Pr. Louise
Ft. In.
5
5
2
2
11
Ft.
In.
,    Ft.
In.
Pr. Charlotte   6
10
Pr. Elaine             9
10
Pr. Victoria      7
oy2
Pr. Maquinna      6
3
Pr. Adelaide     6
8
Pr. Mary               6
8
Pr. Alice           6
8
Pr. Patricia           6
0
Pr. Norah         7
5
Motor  Princess  9
6
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
AUTOMOBILE COMMUTATION RATES
Ten trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-Nanaimo
Route, limit ninety days, may be purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up to and including 115" $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive  27.00
Wheelbase over  125"  33.75
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between  any two of the above mentioned ports will be
$1.00, with side car $2.00.
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports  will  be  followed  as   closely  as  possible,  but  are  subject
CANADIAN   AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS   REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles. .
to tidal   and weather conditions and to change without notice.
I       ^ ,	
STEAMSHIP FLEET
®
No. of
Dining-
Gross
Passenger
No. of
State
room
Tonnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
5875
1500
271
136
166
5875
1500
271
136
166
5500
1500
418
207
116
5500
1500
418
207
116
4200
1200
218
110
129
3924
1200
241
114
118
3060
1200
215
101
84
3099
1200
219
103
105
2500
700
165
61
102
2155
700
194
81
55
2000
1200
10
6
100
1943
1000
152
76
80
1157
900
—
—
70
1776
400
100
50
65
1242
200
—
—
42
2069
—
—
—
—
419
15
2
2
6
305
—
2
1
4
200
—
—
—
4
Name of Steamship
© ©Princess Kathleen
© ©Princess Marguerite
© ©Princess Elizabeth
® ©Princess Joan
© ©Princess Louise
© ©Princess Charlotte
© ©Princess Adelaide
© ©Princess Alice
© ©Princess Norah
© ©Princess Mary
© ©Princess Elaine
© ©Princess Victoria
© ©Princess Patricia
© ©Princess Maquinna
©Motor Princess
© ©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw. All other ships
are single screw.    ©Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacifiic Coast
W. Mcllroy
F. L. Nason
W. H. Deacon
L. N. Jones
E. L. Sheehan
J. T. Hodge
A. M. Anderson
Los  Angeles,   Cal.
San   Francisco,   Cal.
Portland,  Ore.
Tacoma,   Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Victoria,  B.  C.
Victoria,  B.  C.
Victoria,  B.  C.
Nanaimo,   B.   C.
Nanaimo,   B.   C.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
Vancouver,  B.   C.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
Vancouver,  B.   C.
Vancouver,   B.   C.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Powell  River,  B.  C.
Ocean Falls,  B.  C.
Prince   Rupert,   B.   C.
Ketchikan,  Alaska
Wrangell, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway,  Alaska
L. D. Chetham
J.  Macfarlane
H.  S.  Howard
M.   C.   Ironside
Geo.   Brown
H. W. Schofield
F.   H.   Daly
C.   Millard
W.  S.   Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
C.  E.  Robitaille
Powell  River  Co.
Ltd.
N. K. MacDonald
W.   L.   Coates
Edgar  Anderson
Campbell Bros.
V.   W.  Mulvihill
L.  H. Johnston
R. W. McMURRAY
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
General Agent
621   So.  Grand Ave.
General Agent
152 Geary Street
General Agent
626 S.W.  Broadway
Actg. City Passenger Agt.
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320   Fourth  Avenue
City  Ticket  Agent
1320   Fourth  Avenue
Lenora Street Terminal
District Passenger Agent
1102 Government Street
City  Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Agent,   C.P.R.   Wharf
City Passenger Agent
Front and Bastion Sts.
Agent,   C.P.R.   Wharf     j
District Passenger Agent
B^ C.  Coast Service
District Passenger "Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Agent   C.P.R.   Station
Agents
Agent
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
E. F. L. STURDEE
General  Passenger  Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
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1
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. C. COAST
SJEAMSHIPS
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—-Comox
Vancouver—^ cean Falls'—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
1952a
10
Printed in Canada
 VANCOUVER
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
VICTORIA
TRIANGLE
SEATTLE
ROUTE
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
RFyAD  DOWN
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
"Princess Kathleen"
"Princess Alice"
10:30 a.m.®
3:30 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:30 p.m.
11:00 p.m.®
(      Direct      )
I   Steamship )
8:00a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
©
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
9:00 a.m.®
1:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
11:30 p.m.®
Direct
Steamship
8:00 a.m.
®
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
MEAL  SERVICE
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c. and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00, Children 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c
No   dinner   served   but   coffee   room   open   for   entire   voyage   serving
sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Coffee room  service until midnight;   Breakfast,   35c,   50c   and  75c;   Children,  35c to 40c
©Table   d'Hote   Luncheon,    $1.00    Children,    50c;    Table   d'Hote   Dinner
$1.00 and $1.25;   Children 50c and 65c
Coffee  room  open  for  entire  trip,   serving  sandwiches,   etc.,  tea  and
coffee.
®Dining   Saloon  open 10  p.m.   until  midnight,   serving  50c   Night  Lunch;
or    Sandwiches and    coffee,    25c    (35c    if    served    in    staterooms);
Breakfast,  35c, 50c  and 75c;   Children 35c to 40c    No coffee room
service.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE"
"PRINCESS JOAN" and "PRINCESS ELIZABETH"
Read Down Saturday
Daily Only
Lv. Vancouver     10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
Ar. Nanaimo     12:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
Read  Down Daily
Daily Ex. Sunday
Lv. Nanaimo     7:00 a.m. 2:15 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver      9:30 a.m. 4:45 p.m.
Schedule Changes-
Daily
Ex. Sunday
5:45 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
Saturday
and Sunday
Only
5:45 p.m.
8:15 p.m.
Sunday
Only
8:45 p.m.
11:15 p.m.
-Effective June 23,  1934.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast,   35c   to  75c;   Children,   35c   to  40c;   Table  d'Hote   Luncheon,
50c   and   75c,   Children,   40c;   Table  d'Hote   Dinner,   $1.00,   Children,  50c;  Afternoon Tea, 35c    Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 10:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday) connects at
Nanaimo with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay, Victoria
and points south.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:15 p.m. (daily except Sunday) connects
with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay, Cameron Lake, Victoria and points
south.
All times shown as Pacific Standard Time.
m
mii< '■"
 JMK
^mmm ;••;■■'.'■
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER     9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt  Spring Is.)
Ar. Hope Bay  (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna   Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Piers  Island
Ar. Victoria,   about    7:15 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER 9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano   Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay  (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna   Island
Ar. South   Pender  Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt  Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver,   about.. 8:00 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA     10:30 a.m.
Ar. James Island  (C.I.L.®)
Ar. Piers  Island
Ar. Port Washington   (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour  (Salt  Spring Is.)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver,   about    7:15 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.®
Ar. Galiano   Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington   (N.   Pender  Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Vancouver,   about    7:15 p.m.
©C.I.L.—Canadian Industries Ltd. Wharf.
©Montague Harbour and Gossip Island reached via Galiano Island.
©Effective  on  and  after June  16  sailing hour will  be  1:15  p.m.  from
Vancouver.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to 75c,  Children 35c to 40c;   Luncheon 50c;
Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
and Dinner 75c,
2 3
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports  will  be  followed  as   closely  as   possible,   but   are   subject
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Tuesday
45 p.m. Tue.
:30 a.m. Wed.
:00 a.m. Wed.
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Thursday
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6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
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p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
6:00 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL   SERVICE
Breakfasts, 35c to 75c, Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon
50c and Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c; Night
Lunch, 50c
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train   for   Royston   and   Courtenay  leaves   Union
Bay at 3:18 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND    train   for    Nanaimo,    Victoria   and   intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 10:50 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Northbound
Southbound
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©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier than 8:00
a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River Northbound, or Namu
either North or Southbound, by Special Arrangement, for two or more
passengers destined to ports on this route.
Where no .date shown steamship does not call.
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to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY PORTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
Leave Victoria, B. C, 11 p.m.
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    ©McCallum   Bay     "
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    ©Port   Alberni     "
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©Call made when business offers. ©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call will be made if
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date.
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Ketchikan
ALASKA
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Wrangell Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
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Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 8:00 a.m. on advertised
date, and remain until 7:00 p.m. following day, except June 4 trip.
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or. Victoria may leave on local Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing of Alaska steamships from
Vancouver.    ©Alaska time, one hour slower than Pacific Standard time.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about 8:15 a.m.,
connecting with local steamships for Victoria and  Seattle.
®Call will be made at Taku Glacier northbound on date shown, subject to
weather conditions.     ©Does not call at Taku Glacier this trip.
WHITE PASS AND  YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
During   the   summer   season,   daily   train   service   is   operated   between
Skagway and Whitehorse.    Dawson steamships leave Whitehorse Wednesday
and  Saturday p.m.    Atlin steamships leave  Carcross  Sunday,  Thursday and
Saturday p.m.
Bi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of the year.
 PASSENGER FARES—BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
R.T.
$ 4.50
7.75
9.00
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
6.90
7.65
5.40
Vancouver
or
Victoria
20.70
24.30
31.05
38.70
43.20
4.50
13.95
13.95
28.80
32.40
39.15
47.70
BETWEEN One way
Vancouver and Victoria    ---$ 2.50
Vancouver and Seattle    ® 4.25
Vancouver and Seattle     ® 5.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo      L50
Vancouver and Galiano  Island   L50
Vancouver and Mayne Island   L50
Vancouver and Port   Washington     L50
Vancouver and Ganges   Harbour    L50
Vancouver and Union   Bay    3.80
Vancouver and Comox     4.25
Vancouver and Powell   River     3.00
Vancouver and Campbell  River     4.00
Alert   Bay    11.50
Port Hardy   13.50
Ocean   Falls     17.25
Butedale      21.50
Prince Rupert   24.00
Seattle and Victoria      2.50
Seattle and Powell  River  7.75
Seattle and Campbell River   7.75
Seattle and Alert   Bay  U6.00
Seattle and Port Hardy  18.00
Seattle and Ocean Falls   21.75
Seattle and Prince Rupert   26.50
Seattle        r Ketchikan      26.50 —
Victoria       I Wrangell     31.00 —
or ] Juneau     36.50 —
Vancouver® V Skagway  40.00 —
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   12.75 22.95
Steveston and Sidney        1.50 2.70
Sidney and Vancouver        2.00 —
Victoria and Port   Angeles        1.00 1.80
Victoria and Bamfield       4.95 —
Victoria and Clayoquot      10.20 —
Victoria and Tofino     10.20 —
Victoria and Nootka     14.60 —
Victoria and Esperanza In  14.85 —
Victoria and Kyuquot  Sd  16.25 —
Victoria and Port Alice  19.50 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet     2.75 —
Port Alberni and Tofino     3.30 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot     3.30 —
Port Alberni and Nootka  11.30 —
Port Alberni and Esperanza   In  12.10 —
Port Alberni and Kyuquot Sd  13.50 —
Port Alberni and Port Alice   17.05 —
R. T.—30 days round trip. Fares between other ports on application.
® Not good for stopover at Victoria. ® Good for stopover at Victoria.
© Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fares between other ports on application.
Meals  and berth  are included where oneway fare is  $8.00  and round trip
$14.40 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double oneway fare.
CIRCUIT TOUR FARES
From Vancouver to Victoria and Nanaimo to Vancouver and vice
versa  $3-60
From   Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Victoria   to   Seattle   and   vice
From  Vancouver  to  Nanaimo  and   Sidney  to  Steveston  and  vice
3.60
2.70
From Seattle to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston and vice versa .... 3.60
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SUMMER VACATION TRIPS
by CANADIAN PACIFIC
CRUISE TRIPS
Alaska, 9-Day Cruise ....$80.00
(Including meals and berth except while at Skagway)
Frequent  sailings   (detailed   schedule  on   page   7),   calling   at  Alert   Bay,
Prince Rupert,  Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau, Taku Glacier and Skagway.
West Coast Cruise, 6% Days ....(from Victoria) $39.00
(Including meals and berth)
Calls are made at numerous interesting ports on the West Coast Vancouver
Island including  canneries,  fish  reduction plants,  Indian villages, a cable
station,   etc.     Sailings   from   Victoria   three   times   each   month   (detailed
schedule on page 6).
Northern B. C. Coast Cruise, 4^ Days ....$36.00
(Including meals and berth)
Calls are made at Alert  Bay,  Port  Hardy,  Ocean  Falls and many other
ports enroute to Prince Rupert,   (Detailed schedule on page 5).
WEEK-END TRIPS
Vancouver to Victoria and Return $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m., Returning all tickets
good to leave  Victoria not later than  12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Victoria to Vancouver and Return $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday 2:15 p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return  $1.75
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Nanaimo not later than following Monday p.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and Return $1.75
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Return $2.00
(Ports—Galiano, Mayne Is., Pt. Washington and Ganges Harbour only)
Good going on Saturday sailing.  Returning all tickets good to leave Gulf
Island ports not later than following Tuesday p.m.
Gulf Island Ports to Vancouver and Return $2.00
(Ports—Ganges Harbour, Pt. Washington, Mayne Is. and Galiano only)
Good going on Saturday sailing. Returning all tickets good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday a.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return $5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Seattle not later than following Monday p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return $5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Victoria to Seattle and Return ....$3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Saturday p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Seattle not later than following Tuesday a.m.
Seattle to Victoria and Return $3.15
Good going from Saturday a.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Victoria not later than Monday p.m.
Steveston to Sidney and Return $1.90
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday p.m. Returning
all   tickets   good   to  leave   Sidney  not  later  than  following  Monday  p.m.
Sidney to Steveston and Return  $1.90
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to leave Steveston not later than following Monday p.m.
ONE-DAY TRIPS
Vancouver to Newcastle Island and Return $1.35
Daily service to this new and attractive resort. A delightful spot for a
day's outing. Bathing, boating, dancing in the pavilion, excellent picnic
facilities.
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return $1.50
Every  Saturday and  Sunday returning same day,  frequent daily sailings.
Vancouver to Gulf Islands and Return $1.75
Every Thursday 9:00 a.m. and Saturday 1:15 p.m.
Steveston to Sidney and Return   $1.50
Every  Saturday returning same day.
Steveston to Sidney and return to Vancouver ....$1.75
Every Sunday returning same day.
Sidney to Steveston and Return $1.50
Every Sunday returning same day.
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AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When   accompanied  by  at  least  one  passenger,   holding  valid   passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT   (Axle to Axle)
BETWEEN                ONE WAY RATES    Up          116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to                                to 115"    to 125" 125"
continuous passage)        $4.50        $5.50 $6.50
Victoria and Seattle        3.50          4.50 5.50
Vancouver and  Victoria         3.50          4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo        3.00          4.00 5.00
Steveston and Sidney        3.00          4.00 5.00
Sidney and Vancouver        3.00         4.00 5.00
Vancouver and Powell River        4.00          5.00 6.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox       4.50          5.50 6.50
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River        3.00          4.00 5.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports       3.50          4.50 5.50
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)         3.00          4.00 5.00
Victoria and Port Angeles        2.00          2.50 3.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN Up
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115"
continuous passage)     $8.10
Victoria and Seattle   6.30
Vancouver and Victoria  6.30
Vancouver and Nanaimo   5.00
Steveston and Sidney   5.00
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as  closely as possible, but  are subject  to tidal and weather conditions and to chanjge without notice.
Vancouver and Powell River
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox 	
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River 	
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf  Island Ports-
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)  	
Victoria  and  Port  Angeles  	
7.00
8.00
5.00
6.00
5.00
1.60
116"
to 125"
$9.90
8.10
8.10
7.20
7.20
9.00
9.90
7.20
8.10
7.20
4.50
Over
125"
$11.70
9.90
9.90
9.00
9.00
10.80
11.70
9.00
9.90
9.00
5.40
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction) Up 116" Over
BETWEEN            and            BETWEEN          to 115" to 125" 125"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to Seattle     $6.30 $8.10 $9.90
Seattle to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston  5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver 5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Sidney to Steveston.... 5.40 7.20 9.00
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle  5.85 7.65 9.45
Steveston to Sidney and Sidney to Vancouver  5.40 7.20 9.00
Vancouver to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston.... 5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to  Nanaimo and  Comox or Union
Bay to Vancouver   6.50 8.55 10.35
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to Victoria   6.30 8.10 9.90
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
AUTOMOBILE COMMUTATION RATES
Ten trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-Nanaimo
and Steveston-Sidney Routes, limit ninety days, may be purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up to and including 115"  $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive   27.00
Wheelbase over 125"   33.75
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be
$1.00, with side car $2.00.
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Ft. In. Ft.    In. Ft. In.
Pr. Kathleen        7      5 Pr. Charlotte   6    10 Pr. Elaine 9    10
Pr. Marguerite    7      5 Pr. Victoria     7      0J4 Pr. Maquinna     6      3
Pr. Elizabeth       7      2 Pr. Adelaide    6      8 Pr. Mary 6      8
Pr. Joan 7      2 Pr. Alice 6      8 Pr. Patricia 6      0
Pr. Louise 7    11 Pr. Norah        7      5 Motor  Princess 9      6
CANADIAN AND UNITED STATES CUSTOMS REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
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STEAMSHIP FLEET
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No. of
Dining-
Gross
Passenger
No. of
State
room
onnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
5875
1500
271
136
166
5875
1500
271
136
166
5500
1500
418
207
116
5500
1500
418
207
116
4200
1200
218
110
129
3924
1200
241
114
118
3060
1200
215
101
84
3099
1200
219
103
105
2500
700
165
61
102
2155
700
194
81
55
2000
1200
10
6
100
1943
1000
152
76
80
1157
900
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70
1776
400
100
50
65
1242
200
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42
2069
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419
15
2
2
6
305
—
2
1
4
200
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Name of Steamship
© ®Princess Kathleen
© ©Princess Marguerite
© ©Princess Elizabeth
© ©Princess Joan
© ©Princess Louise
© ©Princess Charlotte
© ©Princess Adelaide
© ©Princess Alice
© ©Princess Norah
© ©Princess Mary
© ©Princess Elaine
© ©Princess Victoria
© ©Princess Patricia
© ©Princess Maquinna
©Motor Princess
© ©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw. All other ships
are single screw.    ©Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacifiic Coast
W.   Mcllroy
F. L. Nason
W. H. Deacon
L.  N. Jones
E. L. Sheehan
J. T. Hodge
A. M. Anderson
L. D. Chetham
J.  Macfarlane
H. S. Howard
M.  C.  Ironside
Geo.  Brown
H. W. Schofield
F. H.  Daly
C.  Millard
W. S.  Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
Los  Angeles,   Cal.
San  Francisco,  Cal.
Portland,  Ore.
Tacoma,   Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Nanaimo,   B.   C.
Nanaimo,  B.   C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
New  Westminster,   B.C.  C. Fy. Robitaille
Powell River,  B. C.
Ocean Falls, B.  C.
Prince  Rupert,   B.   C.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Wrangell, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Powell  River  Co.
Ltd.
General Agent
621  So.  Grand Ave.
General Agent
152 Geary Street
General Agent
626 S.W. Broadway
Actg. City Passenger Agt.
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320  Fourth Avenue
City Ticket Agent
1320  Fourth Avenue
Lenora Street Terminal
District Passenger Agent
1102 Government Street
City Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Agent,   C.P.R.  Wharf
City Passenger Agent
Front and Bastion Sts.
Agent,   C.P.R.  Wharf
District Passenger Agent
B.t C. Coast Service
District Passenger Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Agent  C.P.R.   Station
Agents
N. K. MacDonald
W.  L.   Coates
Edgar Anderson
Campbell Bros.
V.  W.  Mulvihill
L. H. Johnston
R. W. McMURRAY
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
Agent
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
E. F. L. STURDEE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
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Issued July 15th,  1934
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. G. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
1967 A
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
Vancouver—Newcastle Island
Steveston—Sidney
Victoria—Port Angeles
Printed in Canada
 VANCOUVER
VICTORIA ^^W     SEATTLE
W     I
TRIANGLE   %   # ROUTE
READ DOWN
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
"Princess Kathleen"
"Princess Marguerite"
10:30 a.m. ©       11:00 p.m. ©
3:00 p.m.      {      Direct     J
5:00 p.m.      i   Steamship )
9:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
®
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
11:30 p.m.®
Direct     )
Steamship )
8:00 a.m.
®
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.®
1:15 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c. and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00, Children 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c
No  dinner  served  but  coffee  room   open  for   entire  voyage   serving
sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Coffee room service until midnight; Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c
©Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00 Children, 50c; Table d'Hote Dinner,
$1.25;   Children 65c
Coffee  room  open for  entire trip,  serving  sandwiches,  etc.,  tea and
coffee.
©Dining Saloon open 10 p.m. until midnight, serving 50c Night Lunch;
or Sandwiches and coffee, 25c (35c if served in staterooms);
Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children 35c to 40c Coffee room
service.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Effective until September 3
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE"
"PRINCESS JOAN" and "PRINCESS ELIZABETH"
Sat.       Daily ex. Daily ex. Sunday Daily ex. Sunday
READ   DOWN only©        Sat.©       Sun.        only©       Sun. only
a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.        p.m. p.m.
Lv. Vancouver   9:00       9:30     11:00     1:00     5:45       9:00
Ar. Nanaimo  11:45     12:15       1:15     3:45     8:00     11:15
a.m. p.m. p.m.        . p.m.        p.m. p.m.
Daily ex. Sunday Daily ex. Sunday
READ   DOWN            Daily             Sun. only© Sun. only
a.m.              p.m.            p.m. p.m. p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo     8:00         2:30         5:30 7:00 7:30
Ar. Vancouver  10:15         4:45         8:15 9:30 10:00
a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.
©via Newcastle Island
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast, 35c to 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon,
50c and 75c, Children, 40c; Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.00, Children, 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c    Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
Service on Princess Elaine—a la Carte.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11:00 a.m. (daily except Sunday) connects at
Nanaimo with trains for Cameron  Lake,  Port Alberni,   Courtenay,  Victoria
and points south.
Steamship   from   Nanaimo   2:30   p.m.   (daily   except   Sunday)   connects
with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay, Cameron Lake, Victoria and points
south.
All times shown as Pacific Standard Time.
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VANCOUVER-
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
Effective until September 3, 1934
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE", "PRINCESS JOAN"
"PRINCESS ELIZABETH"
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
AND
Sat.
READ DOWN only
Lv. Vancouver   9:00 a.m.
Ar. Newcastle Island 11:30 a.m.
Sun.
READ DOWN only
Lv. Newcastle Island   6:00 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver   8:15 p.m.
© via Nanaimo
Daily Sun.
ex. Sat. only
9:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m.
12:00 noon 3:15 p.m.
Daily ex. Sun.
Sun.® only®
6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m.
STEVESTON-SIDNEY
(Service will be discontinued early September)
"MOTOR PRINCESS" Daily ex.
READ DOWN Daily Sunday
Lv. Sidney  8:45a.m. 4:00p.m.
Ar. Steveston   11:45 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
Daily ex.
READ DOWN Daily Sunday
Lv. Steveston  12:30 p.m. 7:15 p.m.
Ar. Sidney  3:30 p.m.       10:00 p.m.
SUNDAY ONLY
Lv. Sidney 4:00p.m.        Ar. Vancouver 9:45 p.m.
(via Gulf Island ports—does not call at Steveston)
MEAL SERVICE
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
CONNECTIONS
AT STEVESTON, For Vancouver—B. C. Electric Trains leave at 12 Noon
and 7:00 p.m. daily.
From Vancouver—B. C. Electric Trains leave Davie St.
(Interurban Station) at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. daily,
also 5:30 p.m. daily except Sunday.
AT SIDNEY, For Victoria—Auto Buses leave at 4:15 p.m. daily.
From   Victoria—Auto   Buses  leave  7:45   a.m.   daily  except
Sunday, and 3:00 p.m. daily.
VICTORIA-PORT ANGELES
(P.S.N. Co.)
READ DOWN
Daily
Lv. Victoria     9:00a.m.
Ar. Port Angeles  10:35 a.m.
READ DOWN
Daily
Lv. Port Angeles   7:00 a.m.
Ar Victoria  8:35 a.m.
Daily ex.
Sunday
Sunday
only
2:30 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
5:15 p.m
7:00p.m
Daily ex.
Sunday
Sunday
only
5:00 p.m.
6:45 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
9:15 p.m.
PRINCESS MARY operates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.
MOTOR PRINCESS operates Sunday.
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne  Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Hope Bay (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna  Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Victoria,  about   7:15 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    .. 10:30 a.m.
Ar. James  Island   (CIL®)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Port Washington (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano  Island®
Ar. Vancouver, about  7:00 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna  Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Piers Island
Ar. Vancouver,   about    9:30 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to 75c, Children 35c to 40c;  Luncheon 50c; and Dinner 75c,
Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    1:15 p.m.
Ar. Galiano  Island
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver, about  10:00 p.m.
SUNDAY
Lv. SIDNEY     4:00 p.m.
Lv. Port Washington  5:00 p.m.
Lv. Ganges Harbour  5:45 p.m.
Lv. Mayne Island  6:30 p.m.
Lv. Galiano  Island   6:45 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver, about  9:45 p.m.
® C.I.L. — Canadian   Industries   Ltd.
Wharf.
® Montague     Harbour    and     Gossip
Island reached via Galiano Island.
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY'3
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.
6:30 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Wed.
10:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
11:15 p.m. Wed.
6:30 a.m. Thu.
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
10:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
10:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
6:00 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL  SERVICE
Breakfasts, 35c to 75c, Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon
50c. and Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c; Night
Lunch, 50c
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train  for   Royston  and   Courtenay  leaves   Union
Bay at 3:58 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND   train   for   Nanaimo,    Victoria   and   intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 11:35 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Northbound
Read down
Wed. 8:00 p.m. Lv.
Thur.        a.m.
Ar.
Fri,
Fri,
Vancouver
Campbell River
a.m. Englewood
a.m. Alert   Bay
p.m. Port Hardy (Hardy Bay) (D
p.m.® Namu
p.m. Ar.        Ocean Falls       Lv.
p.m. Lv.        Ocean Falls        Ar.
a.m.     Walker Lake Cannery
a.m. Butedale
a.m. Bishop Bay
p.m. Ar.      Prince Rupert      Lv,
Southbound
Read up
7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.    "
a.m.    *
8:00 a.m.    "
®a.m.    "
10:00 p.m. Sat.
p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
10:00 p.m. Fri.
©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier than 8:00
a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
N0te—Steamship will call at Powell River Northbound, or Namu
either North or Southbound, by Special Arrangement, for two or more
passengers destined to ports on this route.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
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WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY PORTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS NORAH"
Leave Victoria, B. C, 11 p.m.
Read Down Ports of Call
1st 11th 21st  Lv  VICTORIA Ar.   1   p.m.
2     12 22      "   Port Renfrew  Ar.
12 22      "   ©©Carmanah  "
12 22      "     ©Clo-oose     "
12 22      "     Bamfield     "
12 22      "     ©Sarita  Bay    "
12 22      "     ®McCallum  Bay    "
12 22      "     Kildonan     "
12 22      "    ©Green Cove   "
12 22      "     ©Underwood  Cove     "
13 23      "     ©Port   Alberni     "
13 23      "     ©Ecoole     "
13 23      "   ® Davis Island  "
"     ©Sechart  "
"     ©Lucky  Creek     "
"   Ucluelet   "
"     ©Port   Albion     "
(Ucluelet Arm)
"    Tofino     "
"   Clayoquot   "
"     ©Kakawis    "
"   ©Ahousat   "
" ® Matilda Creek  (Watson's) "
" ....Matilda Creek (Gibson's).. "
"   Riley's Cove   "
"     ©Hesquiat  "
"  Nootka Cannery   "
"   Ceepeecee  "
"     ®McBride Bay   "
"    ©Tahsis  "
"     ®Espinosa     "
"    ©Queen's Cove   "
"     Cachelot     "
"    ©Easy Creek   "
"     ©Chamiss  Bay   "
"     ©Caledonia   "
"    ©Kyuquot Village   "
" ....   ©Quatsino   Cannery    "
"     ©Koprino     "
"   ©Quatsino Village  "
"     ©Jeune   Landing     "
Ar PORT ALICE  Lv.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
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3
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3
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3
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3
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NOTE:—Where no date is shown steamship does not call.
Read Up
8th 18th 28th
8  18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
18 28
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
17 27
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©Call made when business offers.
©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call will be made if
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as  closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
Victoria
Ketchikan
ALASKA
Vancouver
Wrangell Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
PORTS OF CALL
i!
3s
.5 o
8 <D
at
So
Lv. Seattle   \     See
Lv. Victoria] Note®
Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
July
7
July
14
July
19
July
21
"   Alert Bay  a.m.
8
15
20
22
"   Pr. Rupert ....a.m.
"   Ketchikan  p.m.
9
16
21
23
"   Wrangell  a.m.
"  Taku Glacier®p.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
10
17
22
24
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
11
18
23
25
Lv. Skagway   ©7 p.m.
12
19
24
26
"   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell p.m.
13
20
25
27
"   Ketchikan  a.m.
"   Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
14
21
26
28
"   Alert Bay  p.m.
15
22
27
29
Ar. Vancouver   ©a.m.
Ar. Victoria \     See
Ar. Seattle    J Note®
16
23
28
30
PORTS OF CALL
If
OP*
Princess
Louise
1.?
Lv. Seattle  )     See
Lv. Victoria]  Note®
Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
July
28
Aug.
4
Aug.
11
Aug.
21
"   Alert Bay  a.m.
29
5
12
22
"   Pr. Rupert ....a.m.
"   Ketchikan  p.m.
30
6
13
23
"   Wrangell a.m.
"  Taku Glacier ©p.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
31
7
14
24
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
Aug. 1
8
15
25
Lv. Skagway   ®7p.m.
2
9
16
26
"   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell p.m.
3
10
17
27
"   Ketchikan  a.m.
"    Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
4
11
18
28
"   Alert Bay  p.m.
5
12
19
29
Ar. Vancouver   ®a.m.
Ar. Victoria )     See
Ar. Seattle    5 Note®
6
13
20
30
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 8:00 a.m. on advertised
date, and remain until 7:00 p.m. following day.
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave on local Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing of Alaska steamships from
Vancouver.    ©Alaska time, one hour slower than Pacific Standard time.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about 9:00 a.m.,
connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
©Call will be made at Taku Glacier northbound on date shown, subject to
weather conditions.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
During the summer season, daily train service is operated between
Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson steamships leave Whitehorse Wednesday
and Saturday p.m. Atlin steamships leave Carcross Sunday, Thursday and
Saturday p.m.
Bi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of the year.
 PASSENGER FARES—BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN                                                                    Oneway R.T.
Vancouver and Victoria    •-»$ 2.50 $ 4.50
Vancouver and Seattle    ©   4.25 I «X
Vancouver and Seattle     ©    5.00 9.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo         L50 2.70
Vancouver and Galiano  Island       1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Mayne Island      1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Port   Washington        1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Ganges   Harbour        1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Union   Bay        3.80 6.90
Vancouver and Comox        4.25 7.65
Vancouver and Powell   River        3.00 5.40
Vancouver and Campbell   River        4.00 —
I   Alert   Bay     11.50 20.70
Vancouver        Port Hardy   13.50 24.30
or        ■<   Ocean   Falls     17.25 31.05
Victoria          Butedale      21.50 38.70
I   Prince Rupert   24.00 43.20
Seattle and Victoria         2.50 4.50
Seattle and Powell  River      7.75 13.95
Seattle and Campbell River      7.75 13.95
Seattle and Alert   Bay     16.00 28.80
Seattle and Port  Hardy    18.00 32.40
Seattle and Ocean Falls   21.75 39.15
Seattle and Prince   Rupert     28.00 50.40
Seattle        f Ketchikan      28.00 —
Victoria      J Wrangell  33.00 —
or            | Juneau     38.50 —
Vancouver® L Skagway      42.50 —
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert   12.75 22.95
Steveston  and   Sidney       1.50 2.70
Sidney and Vancouver      2.00 —
Victoria and Bamfield       4.95 —
Victoria and Clayoquot      10.20 —
Victoria and Tofino       10.20 —
Victoria and Nootka     14.60 —
Victoria and Esperanza In  14.85 —
Victoria and Kyuquot  Sd  16.25 —
Victoria and Port Alice    19.50 —
Port Alberni and Ucluelet        2.75 —
Port Alberni and Tofino         3.30 —
Port Alberni and Clayoquot        3.30 —
Port Alberni and Nootka  11.30 —
Port Alberni and Esperanza   In  12.10 —
Port Alberni and Kyuquot Sd  13.50 —
Port Alberni and Port Alice   17.05 —
R. T.—30 days round trip. Fares between other ports on application.
© Not good for stopover at Victoria. © Good for stopover at Victoria.
© Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fares between other ports on application.
Meals and berth  are included where oneway fare is  $8.00  and round trip
$14.40 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double oneway fare.
CIRCUIT TOUR FARES
From Vancouver to  Victoria and  Nanaimo  to  Vancouver and vice
versa   	
From   Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Victoria   to   Seattle   and   vice
versa   	
From   Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Sidney   to   Steveston   and   vice
versa   	
From  Seattle to Victoria and  Sidney to  Steveston and vice versa   3.60
8
..$3.60
.. 3.60
.. 2.70
SUMMER VACATION TRIPS
by CANADIAN PACIFIC
CRUISE TRIPS
Alaska, 9-Day Cruise  §85.00
(Including meals and berth except while at Skagway)
Frequent   sailings   (detailed   schedule   on   page   7),   calling   at   Alert   Bay,
Prince Rupert,  Ketchikan,  Wrangell, Juneau,  Taku  Glacier and  Skagway.
West Coast Cruise, 6^ Days (from Victoria) $39.00
(Including meals and berth)
Calls are made at numerous interesting ports on the West Coast Vancouver
Island  including  canneries,   fish  reduction  plants,   Indian  villages,  a  cable
station,   etc.     Sailings   from   Victoria   three   times   each   month    (detailed
schedule on page 6).
Northern B. C. Coast Cruise, 4% Days  $36.00
(Including meals and berth)
Calls  are made  at Alert   Bay,   Port Hardy,   Ocean  Falls  and many  other
ports enroute to Prince Rupert,   (Detailed schedule on page 5).
Vancouver to Comox and Return  $10.00
(Including meals and berth)
Good leaving Vancouver  11:45  p.m.   Saturday,  returning Vancouver 6:30
a.m.  Monday.
WEEK-END TRIPS
Vancouver to Victoria and Return $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m., Returning all tickets good
to leave Victoria not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Victoria to Vancouver and Return  $3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday 2:15 p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than 12 m'dn't sailing following Monday.
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return $1.75
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Nanaimo not later than following Monday p.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and Return  $1.75
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Return $2.00
(Ports—Galiano, Mayne Is., Pt. Washington and Ganges Harbour only)
Good going on Saturday sailing. Returning all tickets good to leave Gulf
Island ports not later than following Tuesday p.m.
Gulf Island Ports to Vancouver and Return  $2.00
(Ports—Ganges Harbour, Pt. Washington, Mayne Is. and Galiano only)
Good going on Saturday sailing.    Returning all tickets good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday a.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return (not good for stopover at Victoria) ....$5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Seattle not later than following Monday p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return (not good for stopover at Victoria) ....$5.35
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return (good for stopover at Victoria) $6;25
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning
all tickets good to leave Seattle not later than following Monday p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return (good for stopover at Victoria) ...$6.25
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all
tickets good to leave Vancouver not later than following Monday p.m.
Victoria to Seattle and Return  $3.25
Good going from Friday p.m. until Saturday p.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Seattle not later than following Monday a.m.
Seattle to Victoria and  Return   $3.25
Good going from Saturday a.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good to leave Victoria not later than Monday p.m.
ONE-DAY TRIPS
Vancouver to Newcastle Island and Return  $1.35
Daily service to this new and attractive resort. A delightful spot for a
day's outing. Bathing, boating, dancing in the pavilion, excellent picnic
facilities.
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return $1.50
Every   Saturday  and   Sunday  returning  same  day,  frequent  daily sailings.
Vancouver to Gulf Islands and Return $1.75
Every Thursday 9:00 a.m. and Saturday 1:15 p.m.
Steveston to Sidney and Return $1.50
Every  Saturday returning same day.
Steveston to Sidney and return to Vancouver  $1.75
Every Sunday returning same day.
Sidney to Steveston and Return $1.50
Every Sunday returning same day.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various p orts will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal  and  weather conditions  and  to  chahg<
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When   accompanied   by   at   least   one  passenger,   holding   valid   passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT   (Axle to Axle)
BETWEEN            ONE WAY RATES Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous passage)     $4.50 $5.50 $6.50
Victoria and Seattle   3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver  and  Victoria    3.50 4.50 5.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo   3.00 4.00 5.00
Steveston and Sidney   3.00 4.00 5.00
Sidney   and   Vancouver     3.00 4.00 5.00
Vancouver and Powell River   4.00 5.00 6.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  4.50 5.50 6.50
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River  3.00 4.00 5.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports  3.50 4.50 5.50
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)    3.00 4.00 5.00
ROUND TRIP RATES
BETWEEN Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous passage)     $8.10 $9.90 $11.70
Victoria and Seattle   6.30 8.10 9.90
Vancouver and Victoria   6.30 8.10 9.90
Vancouver and Nanaimo   5.00 7.20 9.00
Steveston and Sidney   5.00 7.20 9.00
Vancouver and Powell River   7.00 9.00 10.80
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox   8.00 9.90 11.70
Comox or Union Bay and Powell River   5.00 7.20 9.00
Vancouver or Victoria and  Gulf  Island Ports  6.00 8.10 9.90
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)    5.00 7.20 9.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction) Up 116" Over
BETWEEN            and            BETWEEN          to 115" to 125" 125"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to  Seattle  $6.30 $8.10 $9.90
Seattle to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston  5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver 5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Sidney to  Steveston.... 5.40 7.20 9.00  ,
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle  5.85 7.65 9.45
Steveston to Sidney and Sidney to Vancouver   5.40 7.20 9.00
Vancouver to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston.... 5.85 7.65 9.45
Vancouver to  Nanaimo and Comox or  Union
Bay to Vancouver   6.50 8.55 10.35
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to Victoria   6.30 8.10 9.90
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
AUTOMOBILE COMMUTATION RATES
Ten trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-Nanaimo
and Steveston-Sidney Routes, limit ninety days, may be purchased at following rates:
Wheelbase up to and including 115"  $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive  '.  27.00
Wheelbase over 125"  33.75
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be j
$1.00, with side car $2.00.
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES
Ft. In. Ft.    In. Ft. In. j
Pr. Kathleen        7      5 Pr. Charlotte   6    10 Pr. Elaine 9    10 I
Pr. Marguerite    7      5 Pr. Victoria     7      0% Pr. Maquinna     6     3  f
Pr. Elizabeth       7      2 Pr. Adelaide     6      8 Pr. Mary 6      8  I
Pr. Joan 7      2 Pr. Alice 6     8 Pr. Patricia 6      0
Pr. Louise 7    11 Pr. Norah        7      5 Motor Princess 9     6 1
CANADIAN  AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS   REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period,  not exceeding  six  months  may be  obtained,  without bond  or  £
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and
on return journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
n
je without notice.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Name of Steamship
© ©Princess Kathleen
© ©Princess Marguerite
® ©Princess Elizabeth
© ©Princess Joan
© ©Princess Louise
© ©Princess Charlotte
© ©Princess Adelaide
© ©Princess Alice
© ©Princess Norah
© ©Princess Mary
© ©Princess Elaine
© ©Princess Victoria
© ©Princess Patricia
© ©Princess Maquinna
©Motor Princess
© ©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw. All other ships
are single screw.    ©Including sofa berths,
®
No. of
Dining-
Gross
Passenger
No. of
State
room
Tonnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
5875
1500
271
136
166
5875
1500
271
136
166
5500
1500
418
207
116
5500
1500
418
207
116
4200
1200
218
110
129
3924
1200
241
114
118
3060
1200
215
101
84
3099
1200
219
103
105
2500
700
165
61
102
2155
700
194
81
55
2000
1200
10
6
100
1943
1000
152
76
80
1157
900
—
—
70
1776
400
100
50
65
1242
200
—
—
42
2069
—
—
__
_
419
15
2
2
6
305
—_
2
1
4
200
—
—
—
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TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los  Angeles,   Cal.
San  Francisco,   Cal.
Portland, Ore.
Tacoma,   Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Seattle, Wash.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Victoria, B. C.
Nanaimo,   B.   C.
Nanaimo,  B.  C.
Vancouver, B.  C.
Vancouver,
Vancouver,
Vancouver,
Vancouver,
B. C.
B. C.
B. C.
B. C.
New  Westminster,   B.C.
Powell River, B. C.
Ocean Falls, B. C.
Prince Rupert,  B.  C.
Ketchikan, Alaska
Wrangell, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
W.   Mcllroy
F. L. Nason
W. H. Deacon
L. N. Jones
E. L. Sheehan
J. T. Hodge
A. M. Anderson
J. Macfarlane
F. R.  Wells
H. S. Howard
M.  C.  Ironside
Geo.   Brown
H. W. Schofield
F.  H.  Daly
C.  Millard
W. S. Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
C. E. Robitaille
Powell  River  Co.
Ltd.
N. K. MacDonald
W.  L.  Coates
Edgar Anderson
Campbell Bros.
V.  W.  Mulvihill
L. H. Johnston
General  Agent
621  So. Grand Ave.
General Agent
152 Geary Street
General Agent
626 S.W. Broadway
Actg. City Passenger Agt.
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320  Fourth Avenue
City Ticket Agent
1320  Fourth Avenue
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora Street Terminal
General Agent
1102 Government Street
City Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pacific Pier
City Passenger Agent
Front and Bastion Sts.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pacific Pier
District Passenger Agent
B.  C.  Coast Service
District Passenger Agent
434 West Hastings Street
Ticket Agent
C.P.R. Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "D"
Agent
Can. Pac. Station
Agents
Agent
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
R. W. McMURRAY
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
E. F. L. STURDEE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
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Issued June 22, 1935
2064.
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
Vancouver—Newcastle Island
Steveston—Sidney
Printed in Canada
 VICTORIA
TRIANGLE
SEATTLE
ROUTE
Effective July 1
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE
READ  DOWN
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Seattle
"Princess Kathleen"
"Princess Marguerite"
10:30 a.m.®      11:00 p.m.©
2:40 p.m.    (      Direct
5:00 p.m.    {  Steamship
9:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
12 M'dn't
I   7:00 a.m.
I ©
Lv. Seattle
Ar. Victoria  *
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
9:00 a.m.®
12:50 p.m.
1:45 p.m.
5:55 p.m.
11:30 p.m.©
{      Direct
1 Steamship
8:00 a.m.
©
12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
MEAL SERVICE
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c. and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00, Children 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c
No  dinner  served  but  coffee  room  open  for  entire  voyage  serving
sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
Note:  Dinner will be served only to passengers making K. V.  Riy.
connection.
©Coffee room service until midnight; Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c
©Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00 Children, 50c; Table d'Hote Dinner,
$1.25; Children 65c, also a la Carte Service between Victoria and
Seattle.
Coffee room open for entire trip,  serving sandwiches,  etc, tea and
coffee.
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children 35c to 40c Coffee room service,
serving 50c light lunches or sandwiches and coffee 25c (35c if served
in staterooms).
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Steamships "Princess Elaine," "Princess Joan" and
"Princess Elizabeth"
Effective June 22
Daily Except Sunday Sunday Only
a.m. a.m.      p.m. a.m.©   p.m.©     p.m.
Lv. Vancouver     9:15    11:00   5:45 9:30    1:00     9:45
Ar. Nanaimo    12:00      1:15    8:00 12:15   3:45    12:00
Noon        p.m.       p.m. p.m.     p.m.        Mdnt.
Daily Except Sunday Sunday Only
a.m. p.m.      p.m. a.m.      p.m.®     p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo     8:00     2:30    7:00 8:00   5:30     7:00
Ar. Vancouver    10:15     4:45    9:30 10:15    8:30     9:15
a.m. p.m.      p.m. a.m.      p.m. p.m.
® via Newcastle Island.
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11 a.m. (daily except Sunday) connects
at Nanaimo with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay,
Victoria and points south.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:30 p.m. (daily except Sunday) connects
with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay, Cameron Lake, Victoria and
points south.
All times shown as Pacific Standard Time.
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VANCOUVER-
NEWCASTLE ISLAND
Effective June 22
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE," "PRINCESS JOAN" AND
"PRINCESS   ELIZABETH"
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
Daily Except Sunday
Sunday Only
Lv. Vancouver   9:15
Ar. Newcastle   Island    11:45
Daily Except Sunday
p.m.©
Lv. Newcastle   Island     6:30
Ar. Vancouver    9:30
p.m.
© via Nanaimo.
a.m.
9:30
12:00
Noon
Sunday Only
p.m.
6:00
8:30
p.m.
STEVESTON-SIDNEY
Effective June 15
"MOTOR PRINCESS" Daily ex.
READ  DOWN                                                                  Daily Sunday
Lv. Sidney   8:45a.m. 4:00p.m.
Ar. Steveston   ... 11:45 a.m. 6:45 p.m.
Daily-ex.
READ  DOWN Daily Sunday
Lv. Steveston  12:30p.m. 7:15p.m.
Ar. Sidney   3:30p.m.        10:00p.m.
SUNDAY ONLY
Lv. Sidney 4:00 p.m. Ar. Vancouver 9:45 p.m.
(via Gulf Island ports—does not call at Steveston)
MEAL SERVICE
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
CONNECTIONS
AT STEVESTON, For Vancouver—B. C. Electric Trains leave at 12 Nooi
and 7:00 p.m. daily.
From Vancouver—B. C. Electric Trains leave Davie St.
(Interurban Station) at 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. daily,
also 5:30 p.m. daily except Sunday.
AT SIDNEY, For Victoria—Auto Buses leave at 4:15 p.m. daily.
From   Victoria—Auto   Buses   leave   7:45   a.m.   daily   except
Sunday, and 3:00 p.m. daily.
PRINCESS MARY operates Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday.
MOTOR PRINCESS operates Sunday.
tfoon
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne  Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Hope Bay (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna  Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Victoria,   about    6:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    10:30 a.m.
Ar. James  Island   (CIL®)
Ar. Port Washington (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano   Island©
Ar. Vancouver, about  7:00 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver, about  8:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER  1:15 p.m.
Ar. Galiano   Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington  (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour (Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver,  about  10:00 p.m.
SUNDAY
Lv.  SIDNEY    4:00 p.m.
Lv. Port Washington   5:00 p.m.
Lv. Ganges Harbour  5:45 p.m.
Lv. Mayne  Island   6:30 p.m.
Lv.  Galiano   Island    6:45 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver,  about   9:45 p.m.
©  C.I.L. — Canadian  Industries  Ltd.
Wharf.
©   Montague     Harbour    and     Gossip
Island reached via Galiano Island.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to 75c, Children 35c to 40c;  Luncheon 50c;
Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
and Dinner 75c,
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.   11
6:30 a.m. Wed.   6
8:00 a.m. Wed.   8
10:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Wed.   2
p.m. Wed.
11:15 p.m. Wed. 11
6:30 a.m. Thu.    6
Thursday
:45 p.m. Thu.
;30 a.m. Fri.
:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
15 p.m. Fri.
30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
10:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
6:00 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfasts, 35c to 75c,  Children, 35c to 40c;  Table d'Hote Luncheon
50c and Dinner 75c,  Children 40c;  Afternoon Tea 35c;   Night
Lunch, 50c
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train  for  Royston  and   Courtenay  leaves   Union
Bay at 3:58 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND   train   for   Nanaimo,    Victoria   and   intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 11:35 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Southbound
Read up
7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.    "
a.m.    "
8:00 a.m.    "
©a.m.    "
Lv. 10:00 p.m. Sat.
Ar. p.m.    "
Northbound
Read down
Wed. 8:00 p.m. Lv.
Ar.
Thur.
Fri.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
Vancouver
Campbell River
Englewood
Alert Bay
p.m. Port Hardy (Hardy Bay) ®
p.m.© Namu
p.m. Ar.        Ocean Falls
p.m. Lv.        Ocean Falls
a.m.       Walker Lake Cannery a.m.    "
a.m. Butedale a.m.    "
a.m.® Bishop Bay
p.m. Ar.       Prince Rupert       Lv. 10:00 p.m. Fri.
Fri.
©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier than 8:00
a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
©Call will be made at Bishop Bay on trips from Vancouver June 5,
19; and fortnightly thereafter.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River Northbound by Special
Arrangement, for two or more passengers destined to Ocean Falls or
North thereof.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
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WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY PORTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS NORAH"
Leave Victoria, B. C, 11 p.m.
Read Down Ports of Call Read Up
1st 11th 21st   Lv   VICTORIA Ar.   1   p.m. 8th 18th 28th
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
4
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4
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4
12
12
12
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4     14
4     14
14
14
15
15
15
  Port Renfrew  Ar.
    ®©Carmanah     "
  ©Clo-oose   "
    Bamfield     "
  ©Sarita Bay  "
  ®McCallum Bay  "
    Kildonan     "
   ®Green  Cove    "
  ®Nahmint   "
  ©Franklin River  "
 ©Underwood Cove  "
  ©Port Alberni   "
  ®Ecoole  "
  ©Davis Island  "
    ©Sechart    "
  ©Lucky Creek  "
  Ucluelet   "
   ©Port Albion   "
(Ucluelet Arm)
    Tofino     "
   Clayoquot   "
  ©Kakawis   "
  ©Ahousat   "
©Matilda Creek  (Watson's) "
....Matilda Creek (Gibson's).. "
  Riley's Cove   "
  ©Hesquiat  "
  Nootka Cannery   "
  Ceepeecee   "
    ©McBride Bay   "
  ®Tahsis   "
    ©Espinosa     "
  ©Queen's Cove  "
  Cachelot  "
   ©Easy Creek   "
    ©Chamiss Bay     "
    ©Caledonia    "
   ©Kyuquot Village   "
.... ©Quatsino  Cannery   "
  ®Koprino   "
  ©Quatsino Village   "
  ©Jeune Landing   "
NOTE:—Where no date is shown steamship does not call.
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16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
16 26
15 25
©Call made when business offers.
©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip.    The southbound call will be made ii
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date.
6
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal  and  weather  conditions  and  to  change without  notice.
Victoria
Ketchikan
ALASKA
Vancouver
Wrangell Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
PORTS OF CALL
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Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
June
29
July
6
July
10
July
13
July
17
July
20
"   Alert Bay  a.m.
30
7
n
14
15
18
21
"    Pr. Rupert ....a.m.
"    Ketchikan  p.m.
July
1
2
8
12
19
"22
"   Wrangell  a.m.
"©Taku Glacier p.m.
"   Juneau  p.m.
9
13
16
20
23
Ar. Skagway  a.m.
3
10
14
17
21
24
Lv. Skagway   ©7 p.m.
4
5
11
15
18
22
25
"   Juneau  a.m.
"   Wrangell p.m.
12
13
16
19
23
26
"   Ketchikan  a.m.
"   Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
6
17
18
20
24
27
"   Alert Bay  p.m.
7
14
21
25
28
Ar. Vancouver   ©a.m.
Ar. Victoria?      See
Ar. Seattle   J   Note®
8
15
19
22
26
29
PORTS OF CALL
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Lv. Vancouver ..9 p.m.
July
27
July
31
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Aug.
10
1:30
p.m.
Aug.
3
Aug.
10
Aug.
17
"   Alert Bay  a.m.
25
26
28
4
11
12
18
"    Pr. Rupert  a.m.
"   Ketchikan  p.m.
29
5
19
"    Wrangell  a.m.
"©Taku Glacier p.m.
"    Juneau  p.m.
27
30
6
7
13
14
20
Ar. Skagway   a.m.
28
31
21
Lv. Skagway   ©7 p.m.
29
Aug
1
8
9
15
22
"   Juneau  a.m.
"    Wrangell p.m.
30
16
2
23
"    Ketchikan  a.m.
31
3
10
17
24
"    Pr. Rupert ....p.m.
Aug.
1
"    Alert Bay  p.m.
4
11
18
19
25
Ar. Vancouver   ®a.m.
Ar. Victoria}      See
Ar. Seattle   5   Note®
2
5
12
26
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave on local Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing of Alaska steamships from
Vancouver.    ©Alaska time, one hour slower than Pacific Standard time.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about 9 a.m. connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle
©Full particulars of special cruise trip Princess  Charlotte on application.
©On special Cruise trip, steamship calls at the following ports: Ocean
Falls, Prince Rupert, Ketchikan, Taku Glacier, Juneau, Skagway, Sitka and
other ports.
©Call will be made at Taku Glacier Northbound on date shown, subject
to weather conditions.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
During   the   summer   season,   daily   train   service   is   operated   between
Skagway and Whitehorse.    Dawson steamships leave Whitehorse Wednesday
and Saturday p.m.    Atlin steamships leave Carcross Sunday, Thursday and
Saturday p.m.
Bi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of tha year.
 Passenger Fares
between Principal Ports
30
Days
Re-/
One
turn
Between
way
Trip
Vancouver & Victoria
$2.50 $4.50
Seattle       © 4.25
7.75
<
Seattle       © 5.00
9.00
Nanaimo
1.50
2.75
Powell River 3.00
	
Union   Bay
3.80
6.90
Comox
4.25
7.65
*
Galiano  Is.
1.50
2.70
Port   Wash
1.50
2.70
Mayne Is.
1.50
2.70
*
Ganges Har
1.50
2.70
«
Campbell Rr
.  5.00
	
Ketchikan
30.00
	
Victoria (
Wrangell
34.50
	
or        f
Juneau
41.00
	
Vanc'r   J
Skagway
45.00
	
Seattle
Ocean Falls
24.50
	
"
Pr.   Rupert
28.50
	
^    Alert  Bay
13.00
	
Vanc'r
Port Hardy
14.75
	
or
>   Ocean Falls
20.00
	
Victoria
Sk'na R.C'r
24.00
	
J    Pr.   Rupert
24.00
	
Ocean Falls & Pr. Rupert
12.75
	
Steveston
& Sidney
1.50
2.75
Seattle &
Victoria
2.50
4.50
Victoria & Port Renfrew
3.00
	
"
Bamfield
4.95
	
"
Port   Alberni
5.50
	
"
Ucluelet
9.65
	
•«
Clayoquot
10.20
	
"
Tofino
10.20
	
"
Nootka
14.60
	
«<
Esperanza In.
14.85
	
"
Kyuquot   Sd.
16.25
	
"
Port   Alice
19.50
	
Pt. Alberni & Ucluelet
2.75
	
"
Tofino
3.30
	
"
Clayoquot
3.30
	
"
Nootka
11.30
	
"
Esperanza In.
12.10
	
"
Kyuquot  Sd.
13.50
	
Port   Alice
17.05
	
©Not good for stopover at Victoria.
©Good for stopover at Victoria.
Fare  between  other  ports  on  application.
Meals and  berth  are included where
one way fare is $8.00 or more.
Where  no  round  trip  fare  is  shown
use double one way fare.
J	
LEGEND
A..»
- Hotels
B...
 Bear
Bis..
 Boats tor Mire
C....
 Cougar
CP.
 Camping Places
a.,.
 Deer
g ...
 Garage
a a..
 Geese & Brant
Gu..
 Guides
s..
 Salmon Fishing
s.g...
 —..Small Game.
r ....
  Trout-Fishing
--?•....£/?# Steamers
T
r
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tida|l and weather conditions and to change without notice.
AUTOMOBILE  RATES AND  REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding
valid passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended
for sale, delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled
as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports at rates
shown.
WHEEL-BASE   MEASUREMENT   (Axle   to   Axle)
BETWEEN
Victoria and Seattle
Victoria and Vancouver
Vancouver and Seattle
(Direct or via Victoria)
Vancouver and Nanaimo
Vancouver and Union Bay or
Comox   (via Powell River)
Comox or Union Bay and
Powell River
Vancouver and  Powell  Rivei
Vancouver    or    Victoria    and
Gulf Islands ports
Sidney and Gulf Islands
Ports
Inter-Island
ROUND TRIP AND CIRCUIT TOUR—Automobiles may be
checked for ROUND TRIP on any of above routes or for through
movement any two routes (Circuit Tour) at $1.00 less than combination
of two one-way fares, i.e., for passengers desiring to make circuit tour
from Vancouver to Nanaimo, motoring to Victoria and returning direct
steamer to Vancouver or Seattle, deduct $1.00 from sum of two rates,
Vancouver, Nanaimo and Victoria, Vancouver or Seattle as case may be.
Wheel-base is measurement between axles.
MOTORCYCLES—One-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be $1.00,  with  side car  $2.00.
TRAILERS—Minimum rate shown above for automobiles will be
charged trailers.
Up to
115 in.
inclusive
From
116 to
125 in.
inclusive
Over
125 in.
$4.00
4.00
6.00
$5.00
5.00
7.00
$6.00
6.00
8.00
3.50
4.50
5.50
5.00
6.00
7.00
3.50
r  4.50
4.50
5.50
5,50
6.50
d
4.00
5.00
6.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
4.00
5.00
5.00
AUTOMOBILE  CLEARANCES
Ft
In.
Ft.
I
Princess Kathleen
7
5
Princess Alice
6
8
Princess Marguerite
7
5
Princess Norah
7
5
Princess Elizabeth
7
6V?.
Princess Elaine
9
10
Princess Joan
7
ey2
Princess Royal
6
1
Princess Louise
7
n
Princess Mary
6
8
Princess Charlotte
6
10
Princess  Patricia
6
0
Princess Victoria
7
V?,
Charmer
7
2
Princess Adelaide
7
3
In.
Motor Princess has clearance for any type of car.
CANADIAN   AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS
REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty
days (ninety days in the United States) without securing Customs
bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for
a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without
bond or deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey,
it must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving
Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American
manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at
port of exit, and on return journey to United States, State registration
card will be accepted as establishing American origin and ownership of
such automobiles.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
No. of    Dining-
Gross    Passenger No. of    State-      room
Name of Steamer
Tonnage
Capacity
Beds
rooms
Dapaci
© ©Princess Kathleen
5875
1500
290
136
164
© ©Princess Marguerite
5875
1500
290
136
164
© ©Princess Elizabeth
5500
1500
408
210
118
© ©Princess Joan
5500
1500
408
210
118
© ©Princess Louise
4200
1200
264
133
138
© ©Princess Charlotte
3924
1200
234
118
123
© ©Princess Adelaide
3060
1200
226
113
100
© ©Princess Alice
3099
1200
206
103
117
© ©Princess Norah
2500
700
165
61
102
© ©Princess Mary
2155
700
160
82
64
© ©Princess Elaine
2000
1200
6
4
101
© ©Princess Royal
1996
700
164
82
64
© ©Princess Victoria
1943
1000
152
76
72
© ©Princess Patricia
1157
900
—
—
80
© ©Princess Maquinna
1776
400
100
50
65
©Motor Princess
1242
370
—
—
36
©Charmer
1044
300
79
41
37
© ©Nootka
2069
—
—
—
—
©Princess Ena
1368
5
2
1
4
Otter
365
44
16
8
12
Kyuquot
419
15
2
2
6
Nanoose
305
—
2
1
4
Qualicum
200
—
—
—
4
Dola
175
—
—
—
4
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamers marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan,
Princess Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary
and Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared turbine screw. All other
ships are single screw.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los   Angeles Cal. W.   Mcllroy
San  Francisco Cal. F.  L-  Nason
Portland Ore. W.   H.   Deacon
Tacoma Wash. D.   C.  O'Keefe
Seattle Wash. E.   L.   Sheehan
Seattle Wash. J.  T.  Haggin
Seattle Wash. A. M. Anderson
General Agent
621   So.   Grand Ave.
General Agent
675  Market Street
General Agent
148A   Broadway
City   Passenger   Agent
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320   Fourth   Avenue
City  Ticket  Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
Lenora  Street  Terminal
Victoria
B.
C.
L.   D.   Chetham
Victoria
B.
C.
J.   Macfarlane
Victoria
B.
c.
H.   S.   Howard
Nanaimo
B.
c.
W.   McGirr
Nanaimo
B.
c.
Geo.   Brown
Vancouver
B.
c.
H.  W.   Schofield
Vancouver
B.
c.
F.  H.  Daly
Vancouver
B.
c.
C   Millard
Vancouver
B.
c.
W.   S.   Stewart
Vancouver
B.
c.
S.   G.   Lemmon
New Westminster
B.
c.
C   E.   Robitaille
Powell  River
Prince  Rupert
Ketchikan
Wrangell
Juneau
Skagway
B.  C.
B.  C.
Alaska
Alaska
Alaska
Alaska
E.   F.  L.   STURDEE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver,  B.  C.    ,
Powell River  Co.
Ltd.
W.  C.   Orchard
Edgar Anderson
Campbell Bros.
W.   L.   Coates
L.   H.   Johnston
C.
District   Passenger   Agent
1102   Government   Street
City Ticket Agent
1102   Government   Street
Agent,   C.P.R.   Wharf
City  Ticket  Agent
173   Commercial   Street
Agent,   C.P.R.   Wharf
District   Passenger   Agent
B.   C.   Coast Service
District Passenger Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Depot
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf  Ticket  Agent
Agent   C.P.R.   Station
Agents
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
D.   NEROUTSOS
Manager
Victoria, B.  C.
Issued September 28,  1930
fc
140
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B.C. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell   River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
10
Printed in Canada
 VANCOUVER
VICTORIA ^£i    SEATTLE
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
(Effective   September  28)
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE," "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
"PRINCESS CHARLOTTE"
DOUBLE  DAILY  SERVICE
DAY SERVICE
Read down
Read down
Leave Vancouver
Arrive Victoria
Leave   Victoria
Arrive Seattle
10:30 a.m.
3:00 p.m.
3:45 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
Leave Seattle
Arrive Victoria
Leave   Victoria
Arrive Vancouver
9:00 a.m.
1:15 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
6:30 p.m.
NIGHT
SERVICE
Leave Seattle
Arrive Vancouver
11:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m.
Leave Vancouver
Arrive Seattle
11:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m.
Night steamers run direct.    Day steamers via Victoria
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
NEW STEAMERS
"PRINCESS ELIZABETH," "PRINCESS JOAN"
DAILY SERVICE
Leave Vancouver      12 Md't.           Leave Victoria
Arrive Victoria         7:00 a.m.           Arrive Vancouver
12 Md't.
7:00 a.m.
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
(Effective  September 30)
"PRINCESS ELAINE"
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
Read down                                                           Read down
Leave Nanaimo       7:00 a.m.          Leave  Nanaimo
Arrive Vancouver    9:15 a.m.          Arrive Vancouver
Leave Vancouver  10:00 a.m.          Leave Vancouver
Arrive Nanaimo     12:15 p.m.          Arrive Nanaimo
2:15 p.m,
4:30 p.m.
5:45 p.m
8:00 p.m
EXTRA SAILING SATURDAY ONLY
Leave Nanaimo       8:30 p.m.
Arrive Vancouver 10:45 p.m.
SUNDAY ONLY
Read down
Leave Vancouver 10:00 a.m.
Arrive  Nanaimo    12:15 p.m.
Read down
Leave Nanaimo 5:00 p.m.
Arrive Vancouver 7:15 p.m.
Leave Vancouver 7:45 p.m.
Arrive Nanaimo     10:00 p.m.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY
CONNECTIONS
"PRINCESS ELAINE" from Vancouver 10 a.m. connects at Nanaimo
with trains for Port Alberni, Courtenay and way points daily except Sunday;  for Victoria and intermediate points daily.
"PRINCESS ELAINE" from Nanaimo 2:15 p.m. (5 p.m. Sunday) connects with train from Port Alberni and Courtenay daily except Sunday;
from Victoria and points south, daily.
(Effective September 29)
STEAMER "OTTER"
MONDAY
Lv. Victoria  7:15 a.m.
Ar. James Island (C X L©)
James Island  (Village)
Musgraves
Ladysmith
Retreat Cove
Ganges Harbour p.m.
WEDNESDAY
Lv. Victoria  7:15 a.m.
Ar. James Island (C X L©)
"    Shingle Bay
"    Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
"    Victoria
Lv
Ar.
FRIDAY
Ganges Harbour ....7 a.m.
Saturna Island
Hope Bay (Pender Is.)
Mayne Island
Galiano Island
Vancouver
TUESDAY
Lv. Ganges Harbour ....7 a.m.
Ar. Beaver Point
"    Mayne Island
"    Galiano Island
"    Hope Bay (Pender Is.)
"    Saturna Island
"    South Pender
"    Victoria p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. Victoria  7:15 a.m.
Ar. James Island (C X L©)
"    James Is. (Vil. Wharf)
"    Fulford Harbour
"    Hope Bay
"    Saturna Island
"    South Pender
Ar. Ganges Harbour
SATURDAY
Lv. Vancouver   7:15 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
Mayne Island
Hope Bay (Pender Is.)
©Saturna Island
Beaver Point
Ganges Harbour
Victoria
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VIA GULF ISLANDS—S.S. "PRINCESS  ROYAL"
MONDAY
Lv. Vancouver  9 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
"    Mayne Island
"    Port Washington
(Pender Island)
"    Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
"    ©James Island (C X L©)
"    Victoria about 7 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. Victoria  10:30 a.m.
Ar. Port Washington
(Pender Island)
"    Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
"    Mayne Island
"    Galiano Island
"    Vancouver about 6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. Vancouver  9 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
"    Mayne Island r
"    Port Washington   ir
"    Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
"    Vancouver about 6:30 p.m.
©Call will be made if any passengers on board for this point.    ©C X L-—
Canadian  Explosives  Ltd.   Wharf.    ©If business  offers.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible, but exact time
of arrival and departure at intermediate ports  cannot be given.
S.S.   "PRINCESS ROYAL"
Leave Vancouver
Arrive Powell River
Leave Powell River
Arrive Hornby Island
Arrive Deep Bay
Arrive Denman Island
Arrive Union Bay
Arrive Comox
Leave Comox
Arrive Powell River
Leave Powell River
Arrive Vancouver
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.
6:30 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Wed.
4:30 p.m. Wed.
11:15 p.m. Wed.
6:30 a.m. Thu.
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
12:30 p.m. Fri.
1:30 p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
4:30 p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
2:30 p.m. Sun.
4:30 p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date  shown steamer does not call.
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves
Union Bay at 3:02 p.m. daily  except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate points leaves Union Bay at 10:58 a.m. daily except
Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
"PRINCESS  MARY"
Northbound
Read down
Wed. 2:00 p.m.
p.m.
Thur. a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
Lv.
Ar.
Fri
Fri.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Vancouver
Campbell River
Englewood
Alert Bay
©Port Hardy (Hardy Bay)
© Namu
Ar. Ocean  Falls Lv.
Lv.        Ocean Falls        Ar.
Walker   Lake   Cannery
Butedale
© Goat Harbour
©   Skeena River Canneries
Claxton
Carlisle
Balmoral
Inverness
Port Edward
Ar.      Prince  Rupert      Lv.
Southbound
Read up
7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.    "
a.m.
8:00a.m.    "
a.m.
10:00 p.m. Sat.
p.m.    "
p.m.
a.m.
10:00 p.m. Fri.
©Steamer will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier
than 8:00i a.m.
© Steamer will call at Namu and Skeena River Canneries,
if business offers. Call at Skeena River Canneries will be
made either before or after arrival at Prince Rupert, according to tidal conditions.
©Callwill be made at Goat Harbour on trips from Vancouver, October 8, 22, November 5, 19, and fortnightly
thereafter.
Where no date shown steamer does not call.
The times and dates of arrival and departure from
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY POINTS
S.S. "PRINCESS NORAH" or
S.S.  "PRINCESS  MAQUINNA"
Steamer leaves  VICTORIA   11:00  p.m.,   on  the   1st,   11th  and   21st  of  each
month for PORT ALICE and way ports as per following schedule:
Read down PORTS  OF CALL               Read up
1st 11th 21st Lv. VICTORIA            Ar.   8th    18th
2 12 22 " Port  Renfrew             "      8        18
— 12 22 " ©Carmanah
2 12 22 " ©Clo-oose
2 12 22 " Bamfield
2 12 22 " ©Sarita Bay
2 12 22 " ©San   Mateo
2 12 22 " ©McCallum Bay
2 12 22 " ©Ritherdon Bay
2 12 22 " Kildonan
2 12 22 " ©Green  Cove
2 12 22 " ©Underwood Cove
2 12 22 " Port  Alberni
2 12 22 " ©Croll   Cove
3 13 23 " ©Ecoole
3 13 23 " © Davis Island
3 13 23 " Sechart
3 13 23 " ©Lucky Creek
3 13 23 " Ucluelet
3 13 23 " ©Port Weeks
(Ucluelet Arm)
3        13        23      " ©Port Albion
(Ucluelet Arm)
3        13        23      " Tofino
3        13        23      " Clayoquot
3        13        23      " ©Kakawis
3        13        23      " ©Ahousat
3        13        23      " ©Matilda Creek
(Watson's and Gibson's)
3        13        23      " Riley's Cove
3 13        23      " ©East Bay
(Sydney Inlet)
4 14 24 " ©Hesquiat
4 14 24 " Nootka Cannery
4 14 24 " Ceepeecee
4 14 24 " ©McBride Bay
4 14 24 " Hecate
4 14 24 " ©Tahsis
4 14 24 " ©Espinosa
4 14 24 " ©Queen's Cove
5 15 25 " Cachelot
5 15 25 " ©Markale
5 15 25 ©Yakoo Bay
5 15 25 " ©Easy Creek
5 15 25 " ©Chamiss Bay
5 15 25 ©Caledonia
5 15 25 " ©Kyuquot    Village
5 15 25 " ©Quatsino Cannery
5 15 25 ©Koprino
5 15 25 " ©Quatsino Village
5 — 25 " ©Jeune Landing
5 15 25 Ar. PORT ALICE          Lv. 6        16
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NOTE:—Where No  Date Is Shown Steamer Does  Not  Call.
©Call  made when business  offers.
©Boat landing.
©Call   is  made  northbound  each  trip.    The  southbound  call   will  be
if business  offers.
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made
Victoria
Ketchikan
Vancouver
Wrangell
Prince Rupert
Skagway
Juneau
'PRINCESS LOUISE" and "PRINCESS  NORAH
PORTS  OF CALL
to
'u O
S3
tfl
% o
5 s
'u o
tO
'£ o
to
h
ti u
Ph£
to
C u
Ph!z;
Lv. Victoria   ..11:45 p.m.
Sept.
28
Oct.
8
Oct.
19
Oct.
29
Nov.
12
Nov.
26
Lv. Seattle (See Note ®)
29
9
20
30
13
27
Lv.
Ar.
Lv.
Ar.
Vancouver    ....9 p.m.        29 9        20        30        13        27
Alert Bay  a.m.        30        10        21        31        14        28
Prince   Rupert   a.m. Oct. 1        11        22 Nov. 1        15        29
Ketchikan   p.m. 1        11        22 1        15        29
Wrangell a.m. 2        12        23 2        16        30
Juneau   p.m. 2        12        23 2        16        30
Skagway    a.m. 3        13        24 3 17 Dec.l
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
Skagway   p.m.
Juneau    a.m.
Wrangell  p.m.
Ketchikan   a.m.
Prince Rupert ..p.m.
Alert Bay  p.m.
Vancouver     a.m.
13
14
14
15
15
16
17
24
25
25
26
26
27
28
17
18
18
19
19
20
21
Ar. Seattle (See Note ©)
7
17
28
7
21
5
Ar. Victoria 	
7
17
28
7
21
5
PORTS OF CALL
to
G u
a2
to
0J   rj
G u
to
to
C  u
•CO
Ph£
to
C u
PhS
(0
h
Ph£
Lv. Victoria   ..11:45 p.m.
Dec.
10
Dec.
24
Jan.
7
Jan.
21
Feb.
4
Feb.
18
Lv. Seattle (See Note ®)
11
25
8
22
5
19
Lv. Vancouver  9 p.m.
" Alert Bay  a.m.
" Prince  Rupert ..a.m.
" Ketchikan p.m.
" Wrangell  a.m.
" Juneau p.m.
Ar. Skagway    a.m.
Lv. Skagway   p.m.
"    Juneau    a.m.
Wrangell  p.m.
"    Ketchikan   a.m.
"    Prince Rupert ..p.m.
"    Alert Bay   p.m.
Ar. Vancouver    a.m.
11        25
8
22
5
19
12        26
9
23
6
20
13        27
10
24
7
21
13        27
10
24
7
21
14        28
11
25
8
22
14        28
11
25
8
22
15        29
12
26
9
23
15        29
12
26
9
23
16        30
13
27
10
24
16        30
13
27
10
24
17        31
14
28
11
25
17        31
14
28
11
25
18 Jan. 1
15
29
12
26
19          2
16
30
13
27
Ar. Seattle (See Note ©)
19
2
16
30
13
27
Ar. Victoria 	
19
2
16
30
13
27
©Passengers may leave  Seattle  on  9  a.m.   steamer  day  of  sailing  from
Vancouver or on  11:30 p.m.  steamer previous evening.
©Southbound, Alaska steamers connect at Vancouver with local  steamers leaving at  10:30  a.m.   or  11:00 p.m.  daily  for  Seattle.
5 6
various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
 PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN                                                               One-way R. T.
Vancouver and  Victoria  .. $ 2.50 $ 4.50
Vancouver and   Seattle ©    4.25 7.75
Vancouver and Seattle  ©    5.00 9.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo      1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Galiano Island      1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Mayne Island       1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Port Washington . _ _.    1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour      1.50 2.70
Vancouver and Powell River      3.00 5.40
Vancouver and Blubber Bay      3.00 5.40
Vancouver and Campbell River     4.00 7.20
Vancouver and Union Bay      3.80 6.90
Vancouver and Comox      4.25 7.65
(Alert   Bay  11.50 20.70
Port Hardy  13.50 24.30
Ocean Palls   17.25 31.05
Butedale  21.50 88.70
Prince Rupert ~  24.00 43.20
Seattle and Victoria ........       2.50 4.50
Seattle  and  Powell   River     7.75 13.95
Seattle and Campbell River      7.75 13.95
Seattle and Alert Bay   16.00 28.80
Seattle and Port Hardy  18.00 32.40
Seattle and Ocean Falls  21.75 89.15
Seattle and Prince Rupert  28.50 51.30
Seattle         fKetchikan  81.50 —
Victoria       J Wrangell  36.50 —
or                | Juneau  43.50 —
Vancouver®    I Skagway  47.50 —
Ocean Falls  and  Prince Rupert  12.75 22.95
Victoria and  Bamfield     4.95 —
Victoria and Clayoquot   10.20 —
Victoria  and   Tofino    10.20 —
Victoria and Nootka   14.60 —-
Victoria and Esperanza Inlet   14.85 —
Victoria and Kyuquot   Sound   ~ 16.25 —
Victoria and  Port Alice    19.50 —
Port Alberni  and  Ucluelet        2.75 —
Port Alberni and Tofino      8.30 —
Port Alberni  and  Clayoquot       3.30 —
Port Alberni and Nootka ~  11.30
Port Alberni and Esperanza Inlet  12.10 —
Port Alberni and Kyuquot Sound   13.50 —
Port Alberni and Port Alice   17.05 —
R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between  other ports  on application.
® Not good for stopover at Victoria.
© Good for stopover at Victoria.
(D Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Meals and berths are included where oneway  fare is  $8.00 and
round trip $14.40 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double oneway fare.
CIRCUIT TOUR FARES
From Vancouver to Victoria and Nanaimo to Vancouver
or vice versa  $3.60
From Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Seattle or
vice versa    8.60
Week-end trips
Vancouver  to  Victoria and Return     $3.16
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave Victoria net later than   12  midnight sailing following Monday.
Victoria to Vancouver and Return   ...$3.15
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday 1:55 p.m. Returning all tickets good
to leave Vancouver not later than   12  midnight sailing following Monday.
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Return $1.75
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave Nanaimo not later than  following Monday p.m.
Nanaimo to Vancouver and Return  .. $1.75
Good  going  from  Friday p.m.   until  Saturday p.m.     Returning all  tickets good  to
leave  Vancouver not  later than  following  Monday p.m.
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Return  .. $2.00
(Ports—Galiano, Mayne Island, Port Washington and Ganges Harbour only.)
Good going on Saturday sailing. Returning all tickets good to leave Gulf
Island ports not later than  following Tuesday p.m.
G-ulf Island Ports to Vancouver and Return  _. ...$2.00
(Ports—Ganges Harbour, Port Washington, Mayne Island and Galiano only.)
Good going on Saturday sailing. Returning all tickets good to leave Vancouver
not later than  following Monday a.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return  ~ _. $5.35
(Not good for stopover at Victoria)
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave  Seattle   not   later  than   following   Monday  p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return _ $5.35
(Not good for stopover at Victoria)
Good going from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave Vancouver not later than  following Monday p.m.
Vancouver to Seattle and Return  _ $6.25
(Good for stopover at Victoria)
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good   to   leave   Seattle   not   later   than   following   Monday   p.m.
Seattle to Vancouver and Return _ ..$6.25
(Good for stopover at Victoria)
Good going all sailings from Friday p.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets
good   to  leave   Vancouver  not  later  than   following  Monday  p.m.
Victoria to Seattle and Return $3.25
Good going from Friday p.m. until Saturday p.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave   Seattle  not   later  than   following   Monday   a.m.
Seattle to Victoria and Return $3.25
Good going from Saturday a.m. until Sunday a.m. Returning all tickets good to
leave Victoria   not  later  than   Monday  p.m.
Princess Kathleen in Active Pass
CANADIAN   &   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS   REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months (90 days in
the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs Officer at port
of entry allowing the car to be run for six months (ninety days in the United
States)   without  securing  Customs   bond  or  depositing   duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must  be  registered  with  Customs  Officer  at  port  of  exit  when  leaving  Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture,
are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and on return
journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted as establishing
American origin and ownership of such  automobiles.
AUTOMOBILE RATES AND REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled as Baggage
Traffic  between  undermentioned  ports at  rates  shown.
AUTOMOBILE  RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations should
be made and claimed at wharf at least thirty minutes prior to
scheduled sailing time.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT (Axle to Axle)
between ONE WAY RATES        uP
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115"
continuous   passage) $4.56
Victoria and Seattle ~ 3.50
Vancouver and Victoria   3.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo   3.00
Vancouver, Powell River and Blubber Bay   4.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox   4.50
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Powell  River   3.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports.. 3.50
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)    8.00
BETWEEN        ROUND TRIP RATES     uP
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to to 115"
continuous   passage)    $8.10
Victoria and  Seattle   6.30
Vancouver and Victoria  6.30
Vancouver and  Nanaimo    5.00
Vancouver, Powell River and Blubber Bay  7.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  8.00
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Powell River   5.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports.. 6.00
Inter Island  (Gulf Island Ports)  5.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction)
BETWEEN        and        BETWEEN
Up
to 115"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to Seattle..$6.30
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to
Vancouver  5.85
Vancouver to Nanaimo and/Victoria to Seattle 5.85
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Comox or
Union Bay to Vancouver  6.50
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and
Gulf Island Ports to Victoria   6.30
116"
to 125"
$5.00
/ 4.00
I 4.00
f 3.50
4.50
5.00
8.50
4.00
3.50
116"
to 125"
$9.00
7.20
7.20
6.30
8.10
9.00
6.30
7.20
6.30
116"
to 125"
Over
125"
$5.50
4.50
4.50
4.00
5.00
5.50
4.00
4.50
4.00
Over
125"
$9.90
8.10
8.10
7.20
9.00
9.90
7.20
8.10
7.20
Over
125"
$7.20     $8.10
7.65
7.65
6.75
6.75
7.65
7.20
8.55
8.10
CIRCUIT TOUR rates may be made for automobiles over any
two or more routes not shown in the above
table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two
or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase divisions.
AUTOMOBILE COMMUTATION RATES
Ten-trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-
Nanaimo Route limited to 90 days, may be purchased at following rates.
Wheelbase  up  to  and   including  115" $18.75
Wheelbase  116"  to 125"   inclusive   28.75
Wheelbase over 125"  .-  27.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement, including couplings. One Way
Up to 4 feet in length  11.00
Over 4 feet and not exceedng 8 feet  -  2.00
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 16 feet  Minimum auto rate
Over 16 feet and not xeceeding 18 feet  Maximum auto rate
Over 18 feet  Maximum auto rate
pius 50c  per foot  for each  additional  foot
or fraction  thereof.
ROUND TRIP or CIRCUIT TOUR rates for Trailers to be made
10% less than sum of one way fares.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned
ports will be $1.00. with side car $2.00.
AUTOMOBILE CLEARANCES (See page 10).
Name of Steamship
®®Pr. Kathleen
®®Pr. Marguerite
®®Pr.   Elizabeth
®©Pr.  Joan
®®Pr.  Louise
®®Pr. Charlotte
®®Pr.  Adelaide
®®Pr.  Alice
®®Pr. Norah
©®Pr. Mary
®®Pr. Elaine
D©Pr.  Victoria
l)®Pr. Maquinna
©Motor Princess
®®Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
Note—Above   clearances   show
side  port  and  allowance   must
and tidal conditions prevailing.
®<
©<
Auto.
<D
No. of
Dining-
Clear
Gross     Passenger
No. of
State
room
ances
Tonnage Capacity
Beds
rooms
Capacity
Ft.  In.
5875
1800
278
125
166
7     5
5875
1800
278
125
166
7    5
5251
1100
397
206
116
7    2
5251
1100
397
206
116
7    2
4032
1000
232
106
129
7  11
3925
1000
242
115
118
6  10
8061
800
211
99
84
6    7
3099
800
209
98
105
6    8
2731
450
165
61
102
7    5
2155
600
184
77
55
6    8
2027
1200
7
4
100
9 10
3167
1000
140
70
80
6    IVi
1777
174
100
50
65
6    3
1242
400
	
	
42
10    0
2069
___	
i  -
_	
■
——
419
15
2
2
6
—
805
	
2
1
4
——
200
	
	
_____
4
-—
the  actual   height   of   vessels'
be  made  for  elevator  aprons
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked
thus burn fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte,
Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and Motor Princess are
twin screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw.
All other ships are single screw.    ©Including sofa berths.
7 8 9
The times and dates of arrival and departure at and from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather   conditions and to cha nge without notice.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los Angeles, Cal.
W.  Mcllroy
General Agent
621 So. Grand Ave.
San Francisco, Cal.
S. E.  Corbin
General  Agent
152  Geary St.
Portland, Ore.
W.  H.  Deacon
General  Agent
626   S.W.   Broadway
Tacoma, Wash.
L. N.  Jones
City   Pass.   Agent
1113 Pacific Ave.
Seattle, Wash.
E. L.  Sheehan
General  Agent
1320   Fourth  Ave.
Seattle, Wash.
A. M. Anderson
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
Victoria, B.C.
J.   Macfarlane
General  Agent
1102 Government St.
Victoria, B.C.
H. S. Howard
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Nanaimo,  B.C.
M.  C. Ironside
City Pass. Agent
Front & Bastion Sts.
Nanaimo,  B.C.
J. A. Finlayson
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
Vancouver, B.C.
F.   H.   Daly
General  Agent
434 W. Hastings St.
Vancouver, B.C.
C. Millard
Ticket  Agent
C.P.R.   Station
Vancouver, B.C.
W.  S.  Stewart
Ticket  Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Vancouver, B.C.
S.  G.  Lemmon
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier   "D"
New   Westminster,
C. E. Robitaille
Can. Pac. Station
B.C.
Powell River, B.C.
Powell  River  Co.
Agents
Ocean Falls, B.C.
G.  B.  Latimer
Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C.
W. L. Coates
General Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska
Edgar Anderson
Agent
Wrangell, Alaska
Campbell  Bros.
Agent
Juneau, Alaska
V. W. Mulvihill
Agent
Skagway, Alaska
L.  H. Johnston
Agent
R.  W.  McMURRAY
G.
BRUCE  BURPEE
Manager
General   Passenger   Agent
Victoria,  B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Re-issued February 18,  1938
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. C. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
2406
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
Printed in Canada
10
 VANCOUVER
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
STEAMSHIP  "PRINCESS  MARY"
Sailings  from  Lenora Street  Terminal,  Seattle;
C.P.R. Pier, Victoria; and Pier D, Vancouver.
READ DOWN
Lv.  Vancouver
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar.  Seattle
DOUBLE  DAILY   SERVICE
Steamships
"Princess Kathleen"
"Princess Marguerite"
10:30 a.m.® 11:00 p.m.®
3:10 p.m. Steamship 1
4:30 p.m.        /     Direct      J
9:00 p.m.        \   8:00 a.m.
"Princess
Elizabeth"
"Princess
Joan"
® 12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
Lv.  Seattle
Ar. Victoria
Lv. Victoria
Ar. Vancouver
9:00 a.m.^
1:15 p.m.
1:55 p.m.
6:35 p.m.
i 1:15 p.m.®
{Steamship
Direct
8:00 a.m.
J    ®12 M'dn't
7:00 a.m.
©Breakfast 35c, 50c and 75c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote
Luncheon, $1.00, Children 50c; Afternoon Tea, 35c. No
dinner served but coffee room open for entire voyage, serving sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Coffee room service until midnight; Breakfast, 35c, 60 and
75c; Children, 35c to 40c.
©Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00, Children 50c; Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.00 and $1.25; Children 65c.
Coffee room open for entire trip, serving sandwiches, tea and
coffee, etc.
©Breakfast, 35c, 60c and 75c; Children 35c to 40c. Coffee room
service, serving 50c night lunches or sandwiches and coffee
25c (35c if served in staterooms).
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Steamship "Princess Elaine"
Daily except
Saturday and
Sunday
Read Down
Lv.  Vancouver
Ar.   Nanaimo
a.m.
11:00
1:15
p.m.
p.m.
5:45
8:15
p.m.
Saturday only
a.m.
11:00
1:15
p.m.
p.m.
5:45
8:15
p.m.
Read Down
Lv.  Nanaimo
Ar.  Vancouver
a.m. p.m.
7:45 2:30
10:15 5:00
a.m. p.m.
a.m. p.m.
7:45 2:30
10:15 5:00
a.m. p.m.    p.m.
p.m.
9:15
11:45
Sunday Only
a.m.    p.m.
11:00 8:45
1:15 11:15
p.m.    p.m.
p.m.
5:45
8:15
p.m.
A la Carte Meal Service
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO   RAILWAY   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and points south.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2.30 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and points south.
S.S. PRINCESS MARY
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER  9;00 a-m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island.
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt   Spring   Island)
Ar. Hope Bay  (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Victoria, about 6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER  9:00 <
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar.  Mayne  Island
Ar. Hope Bay  (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver about  8:00  p.m.
© C.I.L.—Canadian Industries
Ltd. Wharf.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA 10:30 a.xn.
Ar. James Island  (CIL®)
Ar. Port Washington
(North Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Mayne   Island.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver, about 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER  9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar.  Mayne  Island
Ar. Port Washington
(North Pender Island)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver, about 6:15 p.m.
© Montague Harbour and
Gossip  Island  reached via
Galiano Island.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast  35c   to  75c,   Children   35c  to   40c;  Luncheon  50c;   and
Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
Tuesday Thursday
11:45 p.m. Tue. 11:45 p.m.   Thu.
6:30 a.m. Wed.   6:30 a.m.    Fri.
Lv.   Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv.  Powell  River 8:00 a.m. Wed.
Ar.   Blubber   Bay —
Ar. Hornby Island 10:00 a.m. Wed.
Ar. Denman Island a.m. Wed.
Ar. Union Bay p.m. Wed.
Ar. Comox p.m. Wed.
Lv. Comox 2:30 p.m. Wed.
Ar.   Blubber   Bay —
Ar. Powell River p.m. Wed.
Lv. Powell River 11:15 p.m. Wed. 11:15 p.m.
Ar. Vancouver 6:30 a,m. Thur.    6:80 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
2:80 p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
Saturday
11:45 p.m.Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
Fri. 8:00 a.m. Sun.
Fri. —
Fri. a.m. Sun.
Fri. p.m. Sun.
Fri.   2:30 p.m. Sun.
Fri. —
Fri. p.m. Sun.
Fri. 11:15 p.m. Sun.
Sat. 6:80 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast, 35c. to 75c, Children, 35c. to 40c; Table d'Hote Luncheon 6Cc and Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c;
Night Lunch, 60c
ESQUIMALT  AND   NANAIMO  RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train   for   Royston   and   Courtenay   leaves
Union Bay at 3:58 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 11:35 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Southbound
Northbound
Read Down
Wed. 8:00 p.m.   Lv. Vancouver        Ar,
Thur.           a.m. Campbell River
a.m. Englewood
a.m. Alert Bay
p.m.   Port Hardy   (Hardy  Bay)
p.m. ©Namu®
p.m.  Ar. Ocean Falls
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©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier than
8:00 a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu and Walker Lake Cannery if
business offers.
©Call will be made at Bishop Bay February 23; March 9, 23;
April 6, 20; May 4, 18 and fortnightly thereafter.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River Northbound by
Special Arrangement, for two or more passengers destined to
Ocean Falls or North thereof.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA  - PORT ALICE AND  WAY PORTS
"PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
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NOTE—Where no date is shown steamship does not call
©Call made when business offers. ©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip. The southbound call will
be made if business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 11:59 p.m. on advertised date.
©Arrival time at Victoria is approximate, being governed by
weather and tidal conditions, and amount of freight business to
be transacted.
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Victoria - Vancouver - Prince Rupert
Ketchikan - Wrangell - Juneau - Skagway
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©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing
of Alaska steamships  from  Vancouver.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and
Seattle.
The times and dates of arrival and departure are subject to
tidal and weather conditions.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON ROUTE SERVICE
During the summer season, daily train service is operated
between Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson steamships leave
Whitehorse Wednesday and Saturday p.m. Atlin steamships
leave  Carcross  Sunday,   Thursday and  Saturday p.m.
Bi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of the
year.
 PASSENGER FARES BETWEEN  PRINCIPAL PORTS
BETWEEN                                                             One
Vancouver and Victoria % 2
Vancouver and  Seattle   - —--© 4
Vancouver and  Seattle  ® 5
Vancouver  and   Nanaimo     1
Vancouver and Galiano Island  1
Vancouver and Mayne Island  1
Vancouver and  Port  Washington  1
Vancouver  and  Ganges   Harbour     1
Vancouver  and  Union   Bay    3
Vancouver  and   Comox    4
Vancouver and  Powell Rfver  3
Vancouver and Blubber Bay   3
Vancouver  and   Campbell   River    4
way
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Victoria
Alert Bay   11.50
Port Hardy -  13.50
Ocean Falls  17.25
Butedale  21.50
L Prince Rupert   24.00
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% 4.50
7.75
9.00
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
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7.20
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13.95
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32.40
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51.80
22.95
AUTOMOBIXiE  BATES AND  RECrUI-ATZONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid passenger ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration purposes, will be handled as Baggage
Traffic between undermentioned ports at rates shown.
AUTOMOBILE RESERVATIONS
To ensure space on trip desired, automobile reservations
should be made in advance, and car presented at ship's side for
loading at least thirty minutes prior to scheduled sailing time.
WHEEL-BASE  MEASUREMENT   (Axle   to   Axle)
between ONE WAY RATES
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to
continuous   passage)	
Victoria and Seattle 	
Vancouver and Victoria .
Up
tollS"
....$4.50
3.50
3.50
Vancouver and Nanaimo  8.00
Vancouver, Powell River and Blubber Bay  4.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  4,50
Comoxj or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Powell River   3.00
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports.. 3.50
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)   3.00
116"
to 125"
$5.00
4.00
4.00
8.50
4.50
5.00
3.60
4.00
8.50
Over
125"
$5.50
4.50
4.50
4.00
5.00
5.50
4.00
4.50
4.00
Seattle  and  Victoria  2.50
Seattle and  Powell   River  7.75
Seattle and Campbell  River  7.75
Seattle and Alert Bay   16.00
Seattle and Port Hardy  18.00
Seattle and Ocean Falls  21.75
Seattle  and  Prince  Rupert    28.50
Seattle      r Ketchikan     81.50
Victoria     J   Wrangell  36.50
or 1   Juneau     43.50
Vancouver® I  Skagway     47.50
Ocean Falls and Prince Rupert  12.75
Victoria  and   Bamfield     5.45 —
Victoria  and  Clayoquot    11.25 —
Victoria  and  Tofino    . ~ 11.25 —
Victoria and  Nootka  16.05 —
Victoria and   Esperanza   Inlet     16.35 —
Victoria and  Kyuquot  Sound  17.90 —
Victoria  and   Port  Alice  21.45 —
Port  Alberni   and   Ucluelet     3.05 —
Port Alberni and  Tofino     3.65 —
Port Alberni and  Clayoquot       3.65 —
Port Alberni and Nootka   12.45 —
Port Alberni and Esperanza Inlet    13.40 —
Port  Alberni   and   Zeballos  13.40 —
Port Alberni and Kyuquot  Sound   14.85 —
Port Alberni  and  Port  Alice    18.75 —
R. T.—30 days round trip.
Fares between other ports on application.
©Not good for stopover at Victoria.
©Good for stopover at Victoria.
©Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Meals and berths are included where one-way fare is $8.00 and
round trip $14.40 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown use double one-way fare.
WEEK-END TRIPS
IN EITHER DIRECTION BETWEEN Fare
Vancouver and Victoria $3.15
Vancouver and Nanaimo  1.75
Vancouver  and   Seattle   (Limited)     5.35
Vancouver and  Seattle   (Stopover  at Victoria)  6.25
Victoria and Seattle  3.25
Vancouver and  Mayne  Island    2.00
Vancouver and Galiano Island   2.00
Vancouver and Port Washington   2.00
Vancouver and Ganges Harbour   -.  2.00
Going limit—From 12 noon Friday until 2 p.m. Sunday of each
week-end.
Return limit—From destination not later than 12 mdnt. Monday
following date of sale.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure
BETWEEN           ROUND TRIP RATES        Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle  (Limited to                  to 115" to 125" 125"
continuous passage)   $8.10 $9.00 $9.90
Victoria and Seattle   6.30 7.20 8.10
Vancouver and Victoria  6.30 7.20 8.10
Vancouver and Nanaimo   5.00 6.30 7.20
Vancouver, Powell River and Blubber Bay   7.00 8.10 9.00
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox  8.00 9.00 9.90
Comox or Union Bay and Blubber Bay
or Powell River   5.00 6.30 7.20
Vancouver or Victoria and Gulf Island Ports.. 6.00 7.20 8.10
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)   6.00 6.10 7.20
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
Rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two
or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase divisions.
AUTOMOBILE  COMMUTATION RATES
Ten-trip automobile commutation books good on Vancouver-
Nanaimo Route limited to 90 days, may be purchased at
following rates:
Wheelbase up to and including 115"  $18.75
Wheelbase 116" to 125" inclusive  23.76
Wheelbase over 125"  27.00
RATES FOR AUTOMOBILE TRAILERS
BASIS—Overall measurement,  including couplings. One Way
Up to 4 feet in length $1.00
Over 4 feet and not exceeding 8 feet    2.00
Over 8 feet and not exceeding 16 feet  minimum auto rate
Over 16 feet and not exceeding 18 feet  ....maximum auto rate
Over  18  feet maximum auto rate
plus   50c per  foot  for  each  additonal   foot
or fracton thereof.
ROUND TRIP or CIRCUIT TOUR rates for Trailers to be made
10% less than sum of one way fares.
MOTORC7CI.ES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned
ports will be $1.00, with side car $2.00.
AUTOMOBILE  CLEARANCES   (See  page  10.)
CANADIAN  &  UNITED  STATES  CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than six months (90 days in
the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Custom* Officer at nor*
of entry allowing the car to be run for six months (90 days in the United
States)   without  securing  Customs  bond  or  depositing  duty.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture,
are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and on return
journey to United States, State registration card will be accepted as establishing
American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
.VICTORIA/
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from various ports will.&e followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
Name of Steamship
©®Pr. Kathleen
©®Pr. Marguerite
@®Pr. Elizabeth
®®Pr.   Joan
®®Pr. Louise
®®Pr. Charlotte
©®Pr. Adelaide
@®Pr. Alice
®®Pr. Norah
®©Pr. Mary
®©Pr. Elaine
®®Pr. Victoria
®®Pr. Maquinna
©Motor Princess
©©Nootka
Kyuquot
Nanoose
Qualicum
Gross Passenger
Tonnage Capacity
5875 1800
5875 1800
5251 1100
5251 1100
4032 1000
3925 1000
3061 800
3099 800
2731 450
2155 600
2027 1200
3167 1000
1777 174
1242 400
2069 	
419 15
305	
200 ——
©
No. of
Beds
258
258
391
391
232
242
211
209
165
184
7
140
100
No. of
Staterooms
123
123
206
206
106
115
99
98
61
77
4
70
50
Auto
Clearances
Capacity   Ft.
ISSUED OCTOBER 3,1938
Dining-
166
166
116
116
129
118
84
105
102
55
100
80
65
42
6
4
4
In.
5
6
2
2
11
6  10
6     7
10
8
5
8
10
7%
3
0
Note—-Above clearances show the actual height of vessels*
side port and allowance must be made for elevator aprons
and tidal conditions prevailing.
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked
thus burn fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte.
Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and Motor Princess are
VTi screw- Prhicess Elaine has triple-geared Turbine screw.
All other ships are single screw.   ©Including sofa berths.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
Los  Angeles,  Cal.   H. A. Lee
San Francisco, Cal. S. E. Corbin
Portland, Ore.
Tacoma,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Victoria, B-C.
Victoria, B.C.
Nanaimo,  B.C.
Nanaimo,  B.C.
"Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, R.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
Vancouver, B.C.
W.  H.  Deacon
L. N„ Jones
E. L.  Sheehan
A. M. Anderson
J. Macfarlane
H. S. Howard
M. C. Ironside
J. A. Finlayson
F. H. Daly
J. A. Jewett
W. S. Stewart
S.  G. Lemmon
New   Westminster, C. E. Robitailie
B.C.
General  Agent
621   So.  Grand  Ave.
General  Agent
152  Geary St.
General Agent
626   S.W.   Broadway
City Pass. Agent
1113 Pacific Ave,
General  Agent
1320 Fourth Ave.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Lenora St. Terminal
General  Agent
1102 Government St.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
City Pass. Agent
Front & Bastion Sts.
Wharf Ticket Agent
Canadian Pac. Pier
General Agent
434 W. Hastings St.
Ticket Agent
C.P.R,   Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Pier "C"
Can. Pac. Station
Powell River, B.C. Powell River Co. Agents
Ocean PaUsv B.C. G.B.Latimer Agent
Prince Rupert, B.C. W. L. Coates General Agent
Ketchikan, Alaska Edgar Anderson Agent
Wrangell, Alaska Campbell Bros. Agent
Juneau, Alaska V. W. Mulvihill Agent
Skagway, Alaska L. H. Johnston Agent
R. W. McMURRAT G. BRUCE BURPEE
Manager
Victoria, B.C.
General   Passenger  Agent
Vancouver, B._C.
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VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER- NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver - Powell River
- Comox -
Vancouver - Ocean Falls
- Prince Rupert -
West Coast Vancouver
Island
Gulf Islands
 GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
Sailings from Lenora Street Terminal, Seattle;
C.P.R. Pier, Victoria; and Pier C, Vancouver.
DOUBLE DAILY  SERVICE
READ DOWN
Steamships
"Princess Kathleen"
"Princess Marguerite"
"Pr.  Elizabeth"
"Pr. Joan"
Lv.  Vancouver
Ar.  Victoria
Lv.  Victoria
Ar.  Seattle
10:30 a.m.®
3:10 p.m.
4:30 p.m.
9:00 p.m.
11:00 p.m.®
Steamship
Direct
8:00 a.m.
®12M*dnt
7:00 a.m.
Lv.  Seattle
Ar.  Victoria
Lv.  Victoria
Ar.  Vancouver
9:00 a.m.®
1:15 p.m.
1:55 p.m.
6:35 p.m.
11:15 p.m.®
Steamship
Direct
8:00 a.m.
®12M*dnt
7:00 a.m.
©Breakfast 85c, 60c and 76c; Children, 35c to 40c; Table d'Hote
Luncheon, $1.00, Children 60c; Afternoon Tea, 35c. No
dinner served but coffee room open for entire voyage, serving sandwiches, tea, coffee, etc.
©Coffee room service until midnight; Breakfast, 36c, 50c and
75c; Children, 35c to 40c.
®Table d'Hote Luncheon, $1.00, Children 60c; Table d'Hote Dinner, $1.25; Children 65c
Coffee room open for entire trip, serving sandwiches, tea and
coffee, etc.
©Breakfast, 35c, 50c and 75c; Children 86c to 40c. Coffee room
service, serving 50c night lunches or sandwiches and coffee
25c (35c if served in staterooms).
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
Effective  October 3
Steamship "Princess Elaine"
Read Down
Daily except
Saturday and
Sunday
Saturday Only
Sunday Only
a.m.    p.m.
a.m.    p.m.
a.m.
p.m.
Lv.  Vancouver
Ar.  Nanaimo
11:00   5:45
1:15   8:15
11:00  5:45
1:15   8:15
11:00
1:15
8:45
11:15
p.m.    p.m.
p.m.    p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.    p.m.
a.m.    p.m.   p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Nanaimo
Ar.  Vancouver
7:45   2:30
10:15   5:00
7:45   2:30     9:15
10:15   5:00   11:45
5:45
8:15
a.m.    p.m.
a.m.    p.m.    p.m.
p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
A la Carte Service
MMQWOSAJbT  AX9   NANAXKO   RAH.WAT   CONNECTIONS
Steamship from Vancouver 11 a.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with trains for Cameron Lake, Port Alberni, Courtenay
and waypoints; for Victoria and points south.
Steamship from Nanaimo 2:30 p.m. (daily except Sunday)
connects with train from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake and from Victoria and points south.
POWELL RIVER-COMOX
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
MONDAY
a_v. VANCOUVER    9:0Oa.m.
Ar. Galiano   Island®
Ar. Mayne  Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Hope Bay   (N.  Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South  Pender  Island
Ar. Victoria,   about  ....6:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
iv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island©
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay (N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Island)
Ar. Vancouver, about 8:00 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    10:30 a.m.
Ar. James   Island   (CIL®)
Ar. Port   Washington
(N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges  Harbour
(Salt   Spring   Is.)
Ar. Mayne  Island
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Vancouver, about 7:00 p.m.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island®
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington
(N. Pender Is.)
Ar. Ganges Harbour
(Salt Spring Is.)
Ar. Vancouver, about  6:15 p.m.
® C.I.L.—Canadian  Industries Ltd.  Wharf.
® Montague   Harbour   and   Gossip   Island   reached   via   Galiano
Island.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast 35c to  75c,  Children  35c  to 40c;  Luncheon  50c;  and
Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 35c.
Buffet Service in Coffee Saloon.
Tuesday
Thursday
Saturday
Lt. Vancouver
11:45 p.m. Tue.
11:45 p.m. Thu.
11:45 p.m. Sat.
Ar. Powell River
6:30 a.m. Wed.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
Lv. Powell River
8:00 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Sun
Ar. Blubber Bay
—
a.m. Fri.
—
Ar. Hornby Island
10:00 a.ra. Wed
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Ar. Denman Island
a.m. Wed.
—
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Ar. Union Bay
p.m. Wed.
a.m. Fri.
a.m. Sun
Ar. Comox
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Sun
Lv. Comox
2:30 p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Sun.
Ar. Blubber Bay
—
p.m. Fri.
—
Ar. Powell   River
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Fri.
p.m. Sun.
Lv. Powell  River
11:15 p.m. Wed.
11:15 p,m, Fri.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
Ar. Vancouver
6:30 a.m. Thur.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
MEAL SERVICE
Breakfast, 35c. to 76c, Children, 35c. to 40.; Table d'Hote Luncheon 50c. and Dinner 75c, Children 40c; Afternoon Tea 366.;
Night Lunch, 50c.
ESQUIMALT  AND  NANAIMO  RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND   train   for   Royston   and   Courtenay   leaves
Union Bay at 3:58 p.m. daily except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate
points leaves Union Bay at 11:35 a.m. daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
Northbound
Read   Down
Wed. 8:00 p.m. Lv.
Thur.
STEAMSHIP  "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Southbound
Read up
\r.    7:30 a.m. Mon.
p.m. Sun.
a.m.
a.m.
Fri.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
a.m.
Vancouver Ar.
Campbell River
Englewood
Alert Bay
Port McNeill
Port Hardy®
®Namu
Ar. Ocean Falls Lv.
Lv. Ocean Falls Ar.
©Walker   Lake   Cannery
Butedale
®Goat Harbour
a.m.
8:00 a.m.     "
a.m.
10:00 p.m. Sat.
p.m.
a.m.
a.m.
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as clo sely as possible, but are subject to tidal
Fri. p.m.   Ar. Prince Rupert Lv.    10:00 p.m. Fri.
©Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier
than 8:00 a.m.
©Steamship will call at Namu and Walker Lake Cannery if
business offers.
©Calls will be made at Goat Harbour Northbound on trips
from Vancouver October 5, 19, November 2, 16, 30, fortnightly
thereafter.
Note—Call at Powell River Northbound by Special Arrangement is hereby discontinued.
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
4
1 and weather conditions and to change without notice.
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
Steamship   "Princess   Maquinna"
VICTORIA - PORT ALICE AND WAY PORTS
Leave Victoria, B.C., 11 p.m. 1st, 11th and 21st of each month
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  ©Green Cove	
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    ©Port   Alberni	
..  Toquart   (Lucky  Creek)   .
  Ucluelet 	
  ©Port Albion 	
(Ucluelet Arm)
 Tofino	
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  Refuge Cove 	
   ©Hesquiat  	
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    Muchalat	
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    ©Markale   	
    ©Chamiss   Bay   	
  ©Kyuquot Village	
  ©Winter Harbour	
  ©Quatsino Village	
  ©Jeune Landing	
  Spry Camp 	
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NOTE—Where  no  date   is   shown   steamship   does   not   call.
®Call made when business offers. ®Boat Landing.
©Call made Northbound each trip, Southbound call will be
made if business offers.
©Steamship will not sail northbound prior to 11:59 p.m. on
advertised date.
©Arrival time at Victoria is approximate, being governed
by weather and tidal conditions and amount of freight business
to be transacted.
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ALASKA
Victoria                             Vancouver
Ketchikan                  Wrangell
Juneau
Prince Rupert
Skagway
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11
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15
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7
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©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave
on local Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing
of Alaska steamships from Vancouver.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about
9:00 a.m., connecting with local steamships for Victoria and
Seattle.
WHITE PASS AND YUKON BOOTHS SERVICE
During the summer season, daily train service is operated
between Skagway and Whitehorse. Dawson steamships leave
Whitehorse Wednesday p.m. on schedule and approximately one
other sailing per week not on schedule. Service from Carcross
to Atlin approximately three times per week.
Semi-weekly train service maintained during the balance of
the year.
6
 Passenger Fares
between Principal Ports
One
Between way    R.T.
Vancouver & Victoria
" Seattle
$2.50
® 4.25
Seattle       © 5.00
Nanaimo 1.50
Powell River 3.00
Union Bay 3.80
Comox 4.25
Galiano Is. 1.50
Port Wash. 1.50
Mayne Is. 1.50
Ganges Har. 1.50
Campbell Rr. 4.00
Ketchikan 30.00
©Wrangell 34.50
Juneau 41.00
Skagway 45.00
Ocean Falls 24.50
Pr.   Rupert 28.50
Alert Bay      11.50
Port   Hardy   13.50
Ocean Falls 20.00
Pr.   Rupertj24.00
Ocean Falls & Pr! Rupert  12.75
$4.50
7.75
9.00
2.70
6.90
7.65
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
Seattle
Victoria
or
Vanc*r
Seattle
Vanc'r
or
Victoria
Seattle & Victoria
Victoria & Clayoquot
" Tofino
2.50
10.20
10.20
14.60
14.85
16.25
19.50
2.75
3.30
3.30
11.30
" Nootka
" Esperanza In
**■ Kyuquot   Sd.
Port Alice
Pt. Alberni & Ucluelet
" Tofino
" Clayoquot
" Nootka
V Esperanza In. 12.10   	
" Kyuquot Sd.    13.50   	
" Port Alice       17.05   	
R.T.—30  days round trip.
©Not good for stopover at Victoria.
®Good for stopover at Victoria.
©Fares apply for minimum rate accommodation only.
Fare  between
cation.
other  ports  on  appli-
Meals and berth are included where
one way fare is $8.00 or more.
Where no round trip fare is shown
use double one way fare.
CIRCUIT TOUR FARES
From Vancouver to Victoria and
Nanaimo to Vancouver and vice
versa , 3.60
From   Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and
Victoria to   Seattle and vice
versa    3.60
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116"
Over
to 125"
125"
$5.50
$6.50
5.00
6.00
5.00
6.00
4.50
5.50
4.50
5.50
5.50
6.50
6.00
7.00
5.00
6.00
4.00
5.00
4.00
5.00
AUTOMOBILE  RATES AND   REGULATIONS
When accompanied by at least one passenger, holding valid passenger
ticket, passenger automobile, not intended for sale, delivery or demonstration
purposes, will be handled as Baggage Traffic between undermentioned ports
at rates shown.
WHEEL-BASE MEASUREMENT   (Axle to Axle)
ONE WAY RATES
BETWEEN Up
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to toil5"
continuous passage)    $4.50
Victoria and Seattle   4.00
Vancouver and Victoria  4.00
Vancouver and Nanaimo   3.50
Steveston and Sidney   3.50
Vancouver and Powell River   4.50
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox .... 5.00
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports  4.00
Sidney and Gulf Island Ports  3.00
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)  3.00
ROUND  TRIP  RATES
BETWEEN Up 116" Over
Vancouver and Seattle (limited to toii5" toi25" 125"
continuous passage)  $8.10 $9.90 $11.70
Victoria and Seattle   7.00 9.00 10.80
Vancouver and Victoria  7.00 9.00 10.80
Vancouver and Nanaimo   6.00 8.10 9.90
Steveston and Sidney   6.00 8.10 9.9Q
Vancouver and Powell River  8.00 9.90 11.70
Vancouver and Union Bay or Comox .... 9.00 10.80 12.60
Vancouver and Gulf Island Ports   7.00 9.00 10.80
Sidney and Gulf Island Ports   5.00 7.20 9.00
Inter Island (Gulf Island Ports)   5.00 7.20 9.00
CIRCUIT TOUR RATES
(Applying in either direction)
Up 116" Over
BETWEEN           and           BETWEEN         to 115" to 125" 125"
Vancouver to Victoria and Victoria to Seattle    $7.00 $9.00 $10.60
Vancouver to Victoria and Sidney to Steveston.....      6.50 8.55 10.35
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Victoria to Vancouver     6.50 8.55 10.35
Vancouver to Nanaimo and Sidney to> Steveston..      6.00 8.10 9.90
Vancouver to  Nanaimo and Victoria to  Seattle....      6.50 8.55 10.35
Seattle to Victoria and Sidney to  Steveston       6.50 8.55 10.35
Vancouver   to   Nanaimo   and   Comox   or   Union
Bay to Vancouver       7.50 9.45 11.25
Vancouver to Gulf Island Ports and Gulf Island
Ports to  Victoria       7.00 9.00 10.80
Circuit Tour rates may be made for automobiles over any two or more
routes not shown in the above table, on the basis of 10% less than the combination of the two or more one-way rates according to the above wheelbase
divisions.
MOTORCYCLES
The one-way rate between any two of the above mentioned ports will be
$1.00^ with side car $2.00
TRAILERS
The minimum automobile rate on any route or combination of routes will
be charged for trailers  (carrying baggage or camp equipment only).
AUTOMOBILE  CLEARANCES
Ft.
In.
Ft.
In.
Ft.
In.
Pr. Kathleen         7
5
Pr. Charlotte   6
10
Pr. Elaine            9
10
Pr. Marguerite     7
5
Pr. Victoria     7
oy2
Pr. Maquinna       6
3
Pr. Elizabeth        7
2
Pr. Adelaide     6
8
Pr. Mary               6
8
Pr. Joan                7
2
Pr. Alice           6
8
Pr. Patricia          6
0
Pr. Louise            7
11
Pr. Norah         7
5
Motor  Princess 9
6
CANADIAN   AND   UNITED   STATES   CUSTOMS  REQUIREMENTS1
If the automobile is to remain in Canada less than sixty days (ninety
days in the United States), touring permit is obtainable from Customs
Officer at port of entry allowing the car to be run for sixty days (ninety
days in the United States) without securing Customs bond or depositing duty.
If more than sixty-day stay is planned in Canada an extension for a further period, not exceeding thirty days, may be obtained, without bond or
deposit, upon application to Customs Department.
In order to bring the car back into Canada duty free on return journey, it
must be registered with Customs Officer at port of exit when leaving Canada.
Residents of United States, owners of automobiles of American manufacture, are not required to report to United States Customs at port of exit, and.
on return journey to United States, State registration card will. be accepted
as establishing American origin and ownership of such automobiles.
STEAMSHIP FLEET
Gross Passenger
Name of Steamship Tonnage Capacity
© ®Princess Kathleen 5875 1500
© ©Princess Marguerite 5875 1500
© ©Princess Elizabeth 5500 1500
© ®Princess Joan 5500 1500
© ®Princess Louise 4200 1200
® ®PrincfSS Charlotte 3924 1200
© ®Princess Adelaide 3060 1200
© ®Princess Alice 3099 1200
© ©Princess Norah 2500 700
© ©Princess Mary 2155 700
© ®Princess Elaine 2000 1200
© ®Princess Victoria 1943 1000
© ®Princess Patricia 1157 900
© ®Princess Maquinna 1776 400
©Motor Princess 1242 200
© ©Nootka 2069 —
Kyuquot 419 15
Nanoose 305 -—
Qualicum 200 —
Dola 175 —
No. of
Beds
290
290
408
408
262
230
206
206
165
160
10
152
100
No. of
Staterooms
136
136
210
210
132
118
103
103
61
82
6
76
50
Dining-
room
Capacity
166
166
116
116
129
118
84
105
102
64
100
80
70
65
42
6
4
4
4
©Equipped with Wireless Telegraph. ©Steamships marked thus burn
fuel oil. Princess Kathleen, Princess Marguerite, Princess Joan, Princess
Elizabeth, Princess Charlotte, Princess Victoria, Princess Mary and
Motor Princess are twin screw. Princess Patricia has triple turbine
screw. Princess Elaine has triple-geared turbine screw. All other
ships are single screw.
TICKET AGENCIES
on Pacific Coast
W. Mcllroy
F. L. Nason
W. H. Deacon
J. T. Hodge
K. L. Sheehan
J. T. Haggin
A. M. Anderson
L. D.  Chetham
J. Macfarlane
H. S. Howard
M. C. Ironside
Geo. Brown
H. W. Schofield
F. H. Daly
C Millard
W. S. Stewart
S. G. Lemmon
C. Fy. Robitaille
Los Angeles,  Cal.
San  Francisco,   Cal.
Portland,  Ore.
Tacoma,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Seattle,  Wash.
Victoria,  B.  C.
Victoria, B.  C.
Victoria,  B.  C.
Nanaimo,  B.  C.
Nanaimo,  B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver, B.  C.
Vancouver,  B.  C.
Vancouver, B.  C.
Vancouver, B.  C.
New Westminster, B. C.
Powell River,  B.  C.
Prince  Rupert,  B.   C.
Ketchikan,  Alaska
Wrangell, Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
Skagway,  Alaska
Powell River Co.
Ltd.
W. L. Coates
Edgar Anderson
Campbell Bros.
V. W. Mulvihill
L. H. Johnston
C. D. NF.ROUTSOS
Manager
Victoria, B. C.
General Agent
621  So. Grand Ave.
General Agent
675 Market Street
General Agent
148A Broadway
City Passenger Agent
1113 Pacific Avenue
General Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
City Ticket Agent
1320 Fourth Avenue
Lenora  Street  Terminal
District  Passenger  Agent
1102   Government  Street
City Ticket Agent
1102 Government Street
Agent,  C.P.R.  Wharf
City Ticket Agent
Front and Bastion Streets
Agent, C.P.R. Wharf
District Passenger Agent
B.  C.  Coast Service
District Passenger Agent
434 Hastings Street West
Ticket Agent
C.P.R.  Station
Ticket Agent
Hotel Vancouver
Wharf Ticket Agent
Agent C.P.R. Station
Agents
General Agent
Agent
Agents
Agent
Agent
F. F. L. STURDEE
General Passenger Agent
Vancouver, B. C.
Issued  May  1,   1932.
W«*
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
B. C. COAST
STEAMSHIPS
315
VANCOUVER - SEATTLE
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
VICTORIA - SEATTLE
PRINCE RUPERT
ALASKA
Vancouver—Powell River—Comox
Vancouver—Ocean Falls—Prince Rupert
West Coast Vancouver Island
Gulf Islands
7 8 9
The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
10
Printed in Canada.
 VANCOUVER
GULF ISLANDS SERVICE
POWELL RIVER - COMOX
VICTORIA
TRIANGLE
SEATTLE
ROUTE
;®
UP
©
"PRINCESS MARGUERITE," "PRINCESS KATHLEEN"
READ DOWN     DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE        READ
9:00 a.m. Lv...    Seattle   Ar.   9:30 p.m.
12:45 p.m. Ar......   Victoria Lv.   5:30p.m.
1:45 p.m. Lv    Victoria    Ar.   4:00 p.m.
5:45 p.m. Ar  Vancouver . ..Lv. 12 Noon  	
7:30p.m. Lv.... Vancouver ...Ar. 8:00a.m.
11:40 p.m. Ar    Victoria   \      Direct ?
1:00 a.m. Lv    Victoria   ...)      Service ®
7:30 a.m. Ar    Seattle   ..Lv. 11:30 p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
35c   to   $1.00,   table   d'hote   luncheon   $1.00,   Afternoon
©
® Club   breakfast
Tea  35c.
© Table d'hote dinner $1.50, club breakfast 35c to $1.00.
© Club breakfast 35c to $1.00
© Table d'hote luncheon $1.00, afternoon tea 35c, table d'hote dinner $1.50.
Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
VANCOUVER - VICTORIA
"PRINCESS ELIZABETH," "PRINCESS JOAN"
READ DOWN DAILY SERVICE READ up
12 M'dn't Lv  Vancouver  .. .Ar. 7:00 a.m.
7:00 a.m. Ar   Victoria Lv. 12 M'dn't
MEAL SERVICE
Table d'hote night lunch 25c and 50c, club breakfast 35c to $1.00
VANCOUVER - NANAIMO
In effect to May 19, inclusive.
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ELAINE"
READ  DOWN READ  UP
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p.m.
8:30
10:45
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Daily
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Sunday
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p.m.
a.m.                                               a.m.
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.
5:45
10:00 Lv. Vancouver Ar. 9:15
4:30
8:00
10:45
8:00
12:15 Ar.   Nanaimo   Lv. 7:00
2:15
5:45
8:30
p.m.
p.m.
p.m.      p.m.
In effect May 20 to June 23 inclusive.
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS ELAINE"
"PRINCESS JOAN" and "PRINCESS ELIZABETH"
READ  DOWN DAILY READ  UP
p.m.
5:45
8:00
p.m.
©
p.m.
2:00
4:30
p.m.
©
p.m.
8:30
6:00
p.m.
a.m. a.m.      p.m.
11:00 Lv..  Vancouver  Ar. 10:15   4:30
1:15 Ar  Nanaimo  Lv.   8:00   2:15
p.m. a.m.       p.m.
MEAL SERVICE
Table d'hote breakfast 75c, table d'hote luncheon $1.00, afternoon tea  35c.
table d'hote dinner $1.00.
Buffet service in Coffee Saloon.
®There will be no sailing May 24 or June 3.
©There will be no sailing June 3.
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO RAILWAY CONNECTIONS
"Princess Elaine" from Vancouver 10 a.m. (11 a.m. after May 20)
connects at Nanaimo daily except Sunday with trains for Cameron Lake,
Port Alberni, Courtenay and way points; for Victoria and points south, daily.
"Princess Elaine" from Nanaimo 2:15 p.m. (5:45 p.m. Sundays, until
May 19) connects with trains from Port Alberni, Courtenay and Cameron
Lake daily except Sunday; from Victoria and points south, daily.
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STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
VANCOUVER TO   GULF  ISLANDS,  9:00  a.m.,  Mondays,  Thursdays  and
Saturdays
VICTORIA TO  GULF  ISLANDS,  10:30  a.m Tuesdays
MONDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Hope Bay
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Victoria,  about  6:30 p.m.
TUESDAY
Lv. VICTORIA    10:30 a.m.
Ar. James Island  (C.I.L.®)
Ar. Port Washington
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Galiano Island
Ar. Vancouver,   about    7:30 p.m.
THURSDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Hope Bay
Ar. Saturna Island
Ar. South Pender Island
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Vancouver, about  8:30 p.m.
©C.I.L.—Canadian Industries Ltd. Wharf.
MEAL SERVICE
Table d'hote breakfast 75c, table d'hote luncheon 75c, afternoon tea 35c,  table
d'hote dinner 75c.
The above schedule will be followed as closely as possible, but exact time of
arrival and departure at intermediate ports cannot be given.
SATURDAY
Lv. VANCOUVER    9:00 a.m.
Ar. Galiano Island
Ar. Mayne Island
Ar. Port Washington
Ar. Ganges Harbour
Ar. Vancouver,   about    6:00 p.m.
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MARY"
Tuesday
11:45 p.m. Tue.
6:30 a.m. Wed.
8:00 a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
a.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
2:30 p.m. Wed.
p.m. Wed.
11:15 p.m. Wed.
6:30 a.m. Thu.
Where no date shown steamship does
MEAL SERVICE
breakfast 35c to $1.00, table d'hote luncheon
tea 35c, table d'hote dinner $1.00, table d'hote
and 50c.
Lv. Vancouver
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Hornby Island
Ar. Deep Bay
Ar. Denman Island
Ar. Union Bay
Ar. Comox
Lv. Comox
Ar. Powell River
Lv. Powell River
Ar. Vancouver
Club
Thursday
11:45 p.m. Thu.
6:30 a.m. Fri.
8:00 a.m. Fri.
a.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
2:30 p.m. Fri.
p.m. Fri.
11:15 p.m. Fri.
6:30 a.m. Sat.
Saturday
11:45 p.m. Sat.
6:30 a.m. Sun.
8:00 a.m. Sun.
a.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
2:30 p.m. Sun.
p.m. Sun.
11:15 p.m. Sun.
6:30 a.m. Mon.
not call.
$1.00,   afternoon
night lunch  25c
ESQUIMALT AND NANAIMO  RAILWAY
NORTHBOUND train for Royston and Courtenay leaves
Union Bay at 3:02 p.m. (4:18 p.m., effective May 20) daily
except Sunday.
SOUTHBOUND train for Nanaimo, Victoria and intermediate points leaves Union Bay at 10:58 a.m. (11:20 a.m.,
effective May 20) daily except Sunday.
OCEAN FALLS - PRINCE
RUPERT
WEEKLY SERVICE
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS ADELAIDE"
Northbound
Southbound
Read down
Read up
Wed.
8:00 p.m.
Lv.
Vancouver         Ar.
7:30 a.m. Mon
Thur.
a.m.
Campbell River
p.m. Sun.
tt
a.m.
Englewood
a.m.
tt
a.m.
Alert Bay
a.m.    "
tt
p.m.
Port Hardy (Hardy Bay) ®
8:00a.m.    "
tt
—
©
Namu
_ „     tt
a.m.
tt
p.m.
Ar.
Ocean Falls        Lv.
10:00 p.m. Sat.
tt
p.m.
Lv.
Ocean Falls        Ar.
p.m.    "
Fri.
a.m.
Walker Lake Cannery
a.m.
tt
a.m.
Butedale
a.m.
tt
a.m.
©
Goat Harbour
Fri.
p.m.
Ar.
Prince  Rupert      Lv.
10:00 p.m. Fri.
© Steamship will not leave Port Hardy southbound earlier
than 8:00 a.m.
© Steamship will call at Namu if business offers.
® Call will be made at Goat Harbour on trips from Vancouver, second and fourth Wednesday of each month.
Note—Steamship will call at Powell River, Northbound,
by Special Arrangement, for two or more passengers destined to ports on this route.
WEST COAST
VANCOUVER ISLAND
VICTORIA - NOOTKA - PORT ALICE AND WAY POINTS
STEAMSHIP "PRINCESS MAQUINNA"
Steamship   leaves   VICTORIA   12   M'dn't,   on   the   1st,   11th,   and   21st   of
each month for PORT ALICE and way ports as per following schedule:
ALASKA
Where no date shown steamship does not call.
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The times and dates of arrival and departure from various ports will be followed as closely as possible, but are subject to tidal and weather conditions and to change without notice.
READ DOWN
PORTS OF CALL
READ UP
1st
11th
21st
Lv.   VICTORIA   Ar.
8th
18th
28th
2
12
22
Port Renfrew
8
18
28
—
12
22
©Carmanah
__
—
—
2
12
22
©Clo-oose
8
18
28
2
12
22
Bamfield
8
18
28
2
12
22
©Sarita Bay
8
18
28
2
12
22
©San Mateo
8
18
28
2
12
22
©McCallum Bay
8
18
28
2
12
22
©Ritherdon Bay
8
18
28
2
12
22
Kildonan
8
18
28
2
12
22
©Green Cove
8
18
28
2
12
22
©Underwood Cove
8
18
28
3
13
23
©Port Alberni
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Croll Cove
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Ecoole
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Davis Island
7
17
27
3
13
23
Sechart
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Lucky Creek
7
17
27
3
13
23
Ucluelet
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Port Weeks
(UCLUELET ARM)
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Port Albion
(UCLUELET ARM)
7
17
27
3
13
23
Tofino
7
17
27
3
13
23
Clayoquot
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Kakawis
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Ahousat
7
17
27
3
13
23
©Matilda Creek
[WATSON'S AND GIBSON'S]
7
17
27
3
13
23
Riley's Cove
7
17
27
3
13
23
©East Bay
(SIDNEY INLET)
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Hesquiat
6
16
26
4
14
24
Nootka Cannery
6
16
26
4
14
24
Ceepeecee
6
16
26
4
14
24
©McBride Bay
6
16
26
4
14
24
Hecate
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Tahsis
6
16
26
4
14
24
© Espinosa
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Queen's Cove
6
16
26
4
14
24
Cachelot
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Markale
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Yakoo Bay
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Easy Creek
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Chamiss Bay
6
16
26
4
14
24
©Caledonia
6
16
26
5
15
25
©Kyuquot Village
6
16
26
5
15
25
©Quatsino Cannery
6
16
26
5
15
25
©Koprino
6
16
26
5
15
25
©Quatsino Village
—
—
—
5
—
25
© Jeune Landing
—
—
—
5
15
25
Ar.   PORT ALICE   Lv.
5
15
25
NOTE:—Where no date is shown steamship does not call.
©Call made when business offers. ©Boat landing.
©Call is made northbound each trip. The southbound call will be made if
business offers.
©Steamship will not sail prior to 12:01 a.m. on advertised date Northbound.
Victoria Vancouver Prince Rupert
Ketchikan Wrangell Juneau Skagway
STEAMSHIPS "PRINCESS CHARLOTTE"
"PRINCESS ALICE"   "PRINCESS LOUISE"
PORTS OF CALL U   UUL  Ij   L  ]j  II L
&Z &Z   &Z A< PihJ A< A J ftO ft<
May May May Jun. Jun. Jun. Jun. Jun. Jul.
Lv. Victoria©          8 18   29 10 14 21 24 28 1
Lv. Seattle©          9 19    30 11 15 22 25 29 2
Lv. Vancouver    9 p.m.     9 19   30 11 15 22 25 29 2
"  Alert Bay  a.m.    10 20   31 12 16 23 26 30 3
Jun. Jul.
"   Prince Rupert ....a.m.    11 21      1 13 17 24 27 1 4
"  Ketchikan    p.m.    11 21      1 13 17 24 27 1 4
"  Wrangell    a.m.    12 22     2 14 18 25 28 2 5
"  Taku Glacier ..©p.m.   — —   — 14 18 25 28 2 5
"  Juneau    p.m.    12 22     2 14 18 25 28 2 5
Ar. Skagway     a.m.    13 23     3 15 19 26 29 3 6
Lv. Skagway   ©7 p.m.    13 23     3 16 20 27 30 4 7
" Juneau    a.m. 14 24 4 17 21 28 15 8
" Wrangell    p.m. 14 24 4 17 21 28 1      5 8
" Ketchikan    a.m. 15 25 5 18 22 29 2      6 9
" Prince  Rupert  ..p.m. 15 25 5 18 22 29 2     6 9
" Alert  Bay   p.m. 16 26 6 19 23 30 3     7 10
Jul.
Ar. Vancouver    ©a.m.    17   27     7   20   24      1      4     8   11
Ar. Seattle®        17    27     7   20   24     1      4     8    11
Ar. Victoria®        17   27     7    20   24     1      4     8    11
PORTS OF CALL i«  IS   i      %*>%%%      |o>   IS   2
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£_,►_] f_,o Ph< fiaA AO H.<J A>-1   AO   A<
Jul. Jul. Jul. Jul. Jul. Jul. Jul.  Jul. Aug.
Lv. Victoria©          5 8 12 15 19 22 26   29 2
Lv. Seattle©         6 9 13 16 20 23 27   30 3
Lv. Vancouver ,9 p.m.     6 9 13 16 20 23 27   30 3
"   Alert  Bay   a.m.     7 10 14 17 21 24 28   31 4
Aug.
"   Prince   Rupert  ..a.m.     8 11 15 18 22 25 29      1 5
"   Ketchikan    p.m.      8 11 15 18 22 25 29      1 5
"   Wrangell    a.m.      9 12 16 19 23 26 30     2 6
"  Taku Glacier ..©p.m.     9 12 16 19 23 26 30     2 6
"  Juneau    p.m.      9 12 16 19 23 26 30     2 6
Ar. Skagway a.m.    10 13 17 20 24 27 31      3 7
Aug.
Lv. Skagway   ©7 p.m. 11 14 18 21 25 28 1 4 8
"  Juneau a.m. 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 9
"  Wrangell    p.m. 12 15 19 22 26 29 2 5 9
"   Ketchikan    a.m. 13 16 20 23 27 30 3 6 10
"   Prince  Rupert  ..p.m. 13 16 20 23 27 30 3 6 10
"  Alert  Bay   p.m. 14 17 21 24 28 31 4 7 11
Aug.
Ar. Vancouver    ©a.m. 15 18 22 25 29 1 5 8 12
Ar. Seattle®     15 18 22 25 29 1 5 8 12
Ar. Victoria®  15 18 22 25 29 1 5 8 12
Steamships are due to arrive in Skagway about 8:00 a.m. on advertised
date, and remain until 7:00 p.m. following day commencing with June 10
sailing.
®Alaska time, one hour slower than Pacific standard time.
©Northbound passengers from Seattle or Victoria may leave on local
Steamships not earlier than 48 hours previous to sailing of Alaska steamships
from Vancouver.
©Southbound Alaska steamships are due at Vancouver about 8:15 a.m.,
connecting with local steamships for Victoria and Seattle.
©Call will be made at Taku Glacier northbound on dates shown, subject
to weather conditions.
The times and dates of arrival and departure are subject to tidal and
weather conditions.
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